Over the years Channing Tatum has somehow gotten better looking as he continues to bless social media with countless shirtless photos.
The Dear John star has not only been working on his body though, but also on his mind. Tatum admitted in July 2019 that he is in therapy during a social media rant about the app Patterns.
“I was just in therapy yesterday… Yeah, I’m in therapy, whatever. Everybody, just be in therapy,” he confessed mid-thought during the Instagram video.
Throughout the years, Tatum has continued to thank his fans for their support of both him and his body.
“It’s been a long road back. Injuries, life s–t, and just insanity in general. Ha daddy is finally back boooi!! Gonna be a fun next 10-year run,” the Step Up actor captioned a sexy snapshot via Instagram in September 2020. “To all those that have been there for me and held me down through it all. I love you. I’m gonna make ya proud. Let’s goo [sic]. Also peep the purell bottle. Keep it clean out there folks. Hahaha.”
The following month the actor shared another black-and-white photo to social media showcasing a new look. He explained that cutting his hair after shooting a film has become a ritual over the years.
“There is nothing and I mean nothing as good as finishing the hardest job of my life,” he wrote via Instagram at the time. “And then shaving my head and letting the character go. It’s a bit of a ritual. A freeing of myself. And being free is always my highest intention. And I’m about to be sooooo freee!!! Hahahaha.”
He continued, “I have so much love in my heart for everyone that was on this journey with me. @dogthefilm and so much love for the people out there in the world that need love right now. Sending it up for all.”
Following his split from the “Bang Bang” singer, Us Weekly exclusively revealed that Tatum joined the celebrity dating app, Raya. His profile at the time read, “And yes, I used to be a stripper. Sorry,” alongside a shrug emoji. His profile song was “Brown Sugar” by D’Angelo.
Scroll through to see photos of Tatum from 2006 to present day: