According to a report from Entertainment Tonight, Jessie J and Channing Tatum are getting along great. It helps that the singer-songwriter, Jessie, loves hanging around Channing Tatum’s daughter with Jenna Dewan, Everly.
Jessie and Channing first started dating in October of last year, and eight months afterward, Jessie is now enjoying the company of Channing’s daughter. Speaking with The Times, Jessie was asked by reporters if it was difficult, and she said: “God, no!”
Jay told reporters from the outlet that Channing and Jenna’s six-year-old daughter was “absolutely lovely,” in fact, she likes her so much that she’d like to have her kids of her own someday. It was back in 2014 when Jessie was told by doctors she was infertile, unfortunately, but there still may be hope.
According to the singer-songwriter, she struggles somedays with the idea of having children, because she knows it’s going to be an uphill battle on many fronts. Jessie said to the outlet, “I might even go down the route of adoption or even surrogacy.”
While she’s hoping to go the traditional route, naturally, the star said she’ll deal with the issues as they arise. When asked in a prior interview about her status in the Channing Tatum romance, Jessie said she was “very happy” with him at the moment.
Jessie told the outlet she was super happy with 21 Jump Street, referring to the massive success of the film around that same time. The star claims she loves a guy with a great sense of humor as well as a strong moral compass, something which Channing undoubtedly has.
On an even more positive front, Jessie claimed she’d like to have a concert tour titled, Magic Mike and I, and she could have the actor up on stage acting as a stripper. The star said, “He’d do it too!” Fans of the couple know Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan were in a relationship for years until they broke it off for good last year.
Page Six reported last year that Jenna and Channing were struggling to make it work on account of their differing working schedules, which was proving to be somewhat of an obstacle in their romance and thus, ability to connect and care for their child.