Channing Tatum is looking for love, and he won’t allow a recent separation to slow him down.
The Kingsman celebrity, who only parted ways with singer Jessie J earlier this season, has turned into online dating.
By Radar Online, Tatum has created an account on the celebrity-friendly relationship app, Raya.
“He’s been very busy on it,” a source revealed.
“Nobody can quite believe he’s moving on so quickly.
Fans really rooted for Jessie and him as a few but no doubt he is getting plenty of games.
It does not seem like he’s nursing a broken heart or considering patching things up with his ex, and it is probably Jessie’s friends who have seen the profile as the app.”
It had been reported that Tatum started dating Jessie J last year, while he was in the midst of divorce against his current ex-wife Jenna Dewan.
Regardless of the few who announced the separation in April of 2018, the divorce was only finalized last month.
And the two are in a dispute over custody rights to their kid, Everly.
In November, Tatum’d asked a counselor meet together after a month to assist schedule time with their daughter, as well as assist them with any co-parenting problems.
Dewan dismissed the request as simply” grandstanding” on her ex’s part, and that she had already signed off on a program.
It’s been noted that she agreed to some of Tatum’s requests, but not all, thus the counseling request.
Despite issues with Dewan, Tatum recently returned to Instagram after temporarily signing off within the summertime so he can” get motivated and create again.”
Since coming into the photo-sharing stage, he has chronicled Everly’s remarkable sparring skills, in addition to shared some pictures of a father/daughter date into the Frozen stage musical.
While both Tatum and Dewan have adhered to their coverage of shielding their daughter on the internet, she has shared some pictures of her daughter.
This involves a recent pic of her winding down with Everly, captioning it that the” best way to finish the day”
The newly single Tatum recently reprised his character in Lego Superman in The Lego Film 2: The Second Component.
Next, he is the place to voice founding father George Washington in the animated comedy America: The Motion Picture.