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Channing Tatum gets hot at Christmas

Published 20/12/2015

Channing Tatum
Channing Tatum

Channing Tatum and his wife Jenna will spend this Christmas in onesies.

Actor Channing Tatum lights a fire every year for Christmas - even though it's far too hot in Los Angeles.

The Foxcatcher star will be spending this special time of year with his wife Jenna Dewan and their daughter Everly, two. While December in LA is rarely cold, the actor can't help but stick to festive traditions.

"Christmas at ours is a little chaotic, but very fun," he grinned to Germany's TV Movie magazine. "We eat with friends and family until our stomachs hurt. Then we sit around the fire - even if it's far too hot for that in Los Angeles!"

While Channing is known for taking his kit off in stripper movie Magic Mike, he dons something a little less sexy for Christmas.

"We have a bit of a strange family tradition - we all wear adult onesies. My wife started it and now we all do it. Apart from my dad, the old Grinch!"

It's not surprising Channing will be around his loved ones over the festive season. He's a real family man and often talks about how much he appreciates Jenna and Everly. Since having a baby, his priorities have completely changed and it's all about fatherhood.

"The first thing I do when I wake up in the morning? I check to see if my daughter is still sleeping," he previously blushed to People magazine, before adding of Jenna: "We're a good support system for each other. We keep pushing each other to grow and be better. I don't think I could do it any other way (than with her)."

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