Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan Tatum Majorly Hint at Onstage Reunion for Magic Mike Live Las Vegas Show


Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan Tatum Majorly Hint at Onstage Reunion for Magic Mike Live Las Vegas Show

Grab your dollar bills, Magic Mike Live! Las Vegas is finally here!

Hollywood’s sexiest couple, Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan Tatum, stepped up to the red carpet last night for the premiere of the stage show, which is needless to say based on the Magic Mike franchise, and showed us they still know how to tease…

When E! News caught up with the dancing duo at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Sin City, Jenna couldn’t stop talking about how “proud” she was of her hunky hubby. But that’s not all—both of them more than hinted us about the possibility of once again hitting the dance floor together in the stage show.

The actors, who met while filming their sleeper hit Step Up, said that they were more than open to the possibility of reuniting in the show, which was conceived by Channing, as well as co-directed by the 22 Jump Street actor and the film franchise’s choreographer Alison Faulk.

When asked about performing together in the show that’s billed as an “acrobatic strip tease spectacular,” Jenna said, “We might work together in this show if I have my way one day. There’s a part in this show that I really want to do. Hopefully some day some audience will get a nice surprise.”

But her husband of seven years did more than say “hopefully,” he all but confirmed re-teaming with his former dance partner. “It’s almost a probability. It’s not even a chance it [won’t]. It’s just about when I can actually get a chance to get in shape to do it,” said the one-time stripper.

We know a whole lotta ladies who’d love the Gambit star to clear his schedule so he can flash his flesh ASAP!

According to the show’s website, “The show will recreate the mythical Club Domina as a cabaret nightclub space inside the Hard Rock Hotel.” The venue has been redesigned to feature a 360-degree, theater-in-the-round experience that, “features 13 of the hottest and most talented men in the country performing in front of, behind, above and all around the audience.”

We can see why Jenna’s jonesin’ for a spin!

See everything that had to say about taking the stage together one more time in our video above.


Published at Sun, 23 Apr 2017 02:06:00 +0000

Happy Days Star Erin Moran Dead at 56

Erin Moran, Fallen Star

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The Happy Days cast lost one of its own. 

Erin Moran has passed away at the age of 56, E! News can confirm. 

The Harrison County Sheriffs Department in Harrison County, Ind. tells E! News in a statement, “On April 22, 2017 at approximately 4:07 p.m., the Harrison County Sheriffs Department received a 911 call that referenced an unresponsive female. Upon the arrival of first responders, it was determined that Erin Marie Moran Fleischmann was deceased and an autopsy is pending.”

Moran skyrocketed to fame in the 1970s when she was cast as Joanie Cunningham on the widely beloved sitcom, Happy Days. The actress starred as Ron Howard‘s character’s outspoken younger sister before landing a titular role in Happy Days spin-off Joanie Loves Chachie alongside Scott Baio

Despite Joanie Loves Chachies‘s one-season run, Erin returned to Happy Days for its eleventh and final season in 1984. She went on to make smaller television appearances on series including Murder, She Wrote and The Love Boat

In 2008, Moran competed on VH1’s Celebrity Fit Club

The celebrity’s later years were plagued by hardship, as in 2012 it was reported that Erin was homeless and living in hotels after being kicked out of her mother-in-law’s Indiana mobile home due to hard-partying.That same year the Happy Days cast settled a royalties lawsuit that awarded Moran, and five of her co-stars $65,000 each. 

Bewitched star Erin Murphy confirmed her passing on Twitter, writing, “So sad to share that my friend Erin Moran has passed away. Rest In Peace, sweet girl”

Our thoughts are with Moran’s family at this time. 

TMZ was first to report the news. 

—Reporting by Alli Rosenbloom


Published at Sun, 23 Apr 2017 01:14:00 +0000