Ellen: Channing Tatum, The Vow & Piggie Smalls at The Gentle Barn


Ellen: Channing Tatum in The Vow

Ellen DeGeneres called Channing Tatum one of Hollywood’s hottest stars, and her screaming audience seemed to agree with that assessment. Their whoops and catcalls caused Ellen to observe that this behavior can only happen in a crowd. No one whoops individually.

His The Vow co-star Rachel McAdams recently told Ellen about Channing’s habit of pulling pranks on set, including stealing her car. He also explained that he used a gimmick prosthetic in a nude scene to get a reaction out of Rachel.


Ellen: Channing Tatum

Channing Tatum may look sweet, but he isn't innocent. Learn about his on-set antics. (Helga Esteb/Shutterstock.com)

Channing Tatum also stars in 21 Jump Street. See Ellie Kemper’s Thoughts on Working With Channing Tatum.

Channing Tatum Wedding Vow Tattoo

The Vow is based on a true story, where newlyweds are in a car accident and the bride loses her memory. In real life, Channing Tatum has been married for a couple years. He and his wife wrote their own vows, and they even got part of their vows tattooed on each other.


But on their mini-honeymoon, they both ended up getting food poisoning. They got tattoos in Bali that say “side by side” in Balinese. Channing showed off his tattoo, which is under his left armpit.

Ellen: The Gentle Barn Charity

Ellen and Channing Tatum both do charity work with an organization called The Gentle Barn. He and his wife are sponsoring a pig at The Gentle Barn, named Zeus, though the couple has nicknamed him Piggie Smalls.

Channing is also sponsoring a horse named Bonzai. Ellen said she spends a lot of time at The Gentle Barn working with the animals and probably knows Channing’s pets.

The Gentle Barn has recently rescued goats and cows, in addition to the animals they’re already caring for. You can get involved by sponsoring animals at The Gentle Barn through their website, gentlebarn.org.

Channing Tatum Saturday Night Live

Channing Tatum also recently hosted Saturday Night Live, which he compared to riding a bull. He said it was terrifying, and he had to ask how he did afterward. Ellen said she truly enjoyed him, but of course you can never tell. She’s the host. She has to say that to everyone.

As Ellen went to a commercial break, she and Channing leaned in to chat with one another. Don’t you wonder what they’re saying? Someone should make a talk show of what happens during the commercials. I bet that’s where the real dirt is.


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