Why Channing Tatum and Jessie J Broke Up Again

Brenda Watkins
April 6, 2020

But alas, the reconciliation was short-lived, and three months later, they made a decision to call it quits for a second time. They have been spending so much time together since they reunited, and they sharec bits of it to their fans through their Instagram.

It seems the love story between Channing Tatum and Jessie J has sadly run its course.

On social media, the pair have supported one another in concert and film making, constantly sharing love and battling the hate in the comments.

However, fans realized things were not going too well when Channing didn't post a birthday message on Jessie's special day on March 27, even though she is generally very public about their relationship.

A source close to Channing told E!

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The insider shared with The Sun that 'The split was amicable and they are still in contact.

"He is super busy with his career and as a dad". Before starting a relationship with the Magic Mike actor, Jessie J was romantically linked to Luke James and Kenny Hamilton. "He has a world awaiting him and is trying to manage how busy he is which isn't easy", the source added.

In January, the couple seemed to be doing well and happy to be back on again.

Before dating Jessie, Channing was married to Jenna Dewan and has a 6-years old daughter Everly with her.

Despite finishing points with his ex-wife Jenna Dewan and also carrying on, Tatum was still on a regular basis based on remarks contrasting the Price Tag songstress to his Step Up co-star. As both of them have informed that they have moved apart. But we can't expect any reunion again in between them. But on the bright side, at least they're still friends.

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