Jenna Dewan Tatum: Witches of East End Star Joins Us for Twitter Q&A! Read the Complete Transcript!

Entertainment Dec. 15, 2013 AT 7:35PM
Jenna Dewan Tatum in 'Witches of East End' Join Us Weekly on Sunday, Dec. 15 for a live Twitter Q&A with Witches of East End actress Jenna Dewan-Tatum -- tweet your questions now!  Credit: Sergei Bachlakov/Lifetime

Tonight (Dec. 15) is the epic season finale of Lifetime's Witches of East End. Before the episode aired, Us Weekly spoke with the show's star Jenna Dewan Tatum in a live Twitter Q&A about her role on the show as Freya Beauchamp, her adorable daughter Everly, and her hunky hubby Channing Tatum. 

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The 33-year-old star opened up and dished to Us. Here's the complete Q&A:

Q: @UsWeekly So first and obviously most important question: Does Freya belong with Dash or Killian and why?
A: I want both. Killian for the adventure and naughtiness and Dash for the purity and a perfect partnership.

Q: @UsWeekly What was the biggest challenge of going back to work after Everly was born?
A: Hardest part about going back to work was the lack of sleep, working while nursing & having to leave her to go film. 

Q: @UsWeekly Are you a good mixologist/bartender like Freya? Have you ever made your own potions,soaps, or even candles?
A: Not a great bartender, but I make immune boosting potions when anyone gets sick.

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Q: @UsWeekly Any plans for Channing to cameo on the show or for you guys to work together again soon?
A: No plans for @channingtatum on the show yet, but he's a big fan and looks forward Witch Sundays. 

Q: @UsWeekly How was Adam Levine as your on-screen hubby in American Horror Story? And have you been watching the Coven season?
A: @adamlevine and I had so much fun filming that craziness together. Haven't had time to watch Coven yet.

Q: @UsWeekly Do you have any belief in the occult or supernatural?
A: I don't practice the occult, but I do believe in the ability to harness energy with intent.

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Q: @UsWeekly It's Everly's first Xmas! What are your plans for the holiday?
A: For the holidays, we'll have a lot of family/presents and lots of food, and all she'll really want are the boxes.

Q: @UsWeekly If you could have any supernatural power, what would it be?
A: If I had a supernatural power, I would love to clone myself and be in two places at once.

Q: @UsWeekly Emma Roberts said recently, "Witches are the new vampires." Why do you think folks are so into witches right now?
A: Witches celebrate women empowerment and their innate sexyiness. We all want to be powerful and independent. 

Q: @UsWeekly What are your favorite supernatural shows besides Witches of East End? Were you a Charmed fan?
A: Loved the show @TrueBloodHBO & movies Practical Magic, The Craft and A Fairytale. Really, I love all things magical. 

Q: @UsWeekly What's your number one pop cultural moment of 2013? Your favorite song, album, movie?
A: Favorite song this year was Blurred Lines. It's also Everly's fave. Favorite Movie was Mud. Favorite album was @jtimberlake's.

Be sure to tune in to the Witches of East End finale Sunday, Dec. 15 at 10 p.m. ET on Lifetime!

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