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Tragic Details About Channing Tatum


starvING for Magic Mike

During an interview on "The Kelly Clarkson Show," Channing Taum revealed that his preparation for "Magic Mike" was far from healthy. "Even if you do work out, to be that kind of in shape [...] it's not natural," the actor said. "You have to starve yourself [...] I don't think, when you're that lean, it's actually healthy for you."

Losing a friend

In 2018, Tatum shared a heartfelt message on social media regarding the passing of his childhood friend, Corey Vaughn. "I'll never forget his crazy a** and how he stuck up for and protected me when I first moved to Mississippi," Tatum wrote." All the laughs and trouble we [got into]".

ADHD And Dyslexia

Tatum has ADHD and dyslexia, and has spoken about how he struggled in school: "Not having early success on that one path messes with you." Tatum said he felt like he didn't fit in his academic classes, and told Vanity Fair that he still has setbacks when reading scripts for his current job.


Tatum's ADHD and dyslexia also led him to develop depression as a child. Tatum was prescribed stimulants to help him focus in school, but the medication had adverse effects on his mental health: "I truly believe some people need medication," he says. "I did not. I did better at school when I was on it, but it made me a zombie."


In a 2018 interview, Tatum and his wife Jenna Dewan opened up about challenges they faced in their relationship, with Dewan saying, "When people say you guys have such a perfect life, I want to scream and tell them no one's perfect." The couple announced their divorce a few months after their interview was released.