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Channing Tatum’s GoT bedroom fantasy

Published 24/06/2015

Channing Tatum
Channing Tatum

Channing Tatum would love to have a threesome with his wife and Emilia Clarke’s Game of Thrones alter ego.

The Magic Mike XXL actor is happily married to wife Jenna Dewan-Tatum. But after hearing that Emilia Clarke, who stars in the hit HBO series as Daenerys Targaryen, wanted “something sexual” to happen between the three of them, the 35-year-old is just waiting for his spouse’s approval.

“I'm just looking at my wife for reaction, Like, 'I don't know. I don't know what's happening. Is this happening? I think this might be happening,’” he told Howard Stern. “Jenna’s a pro, she's just like, 'Oh yeah, let's do it!' And then it never happens. I would put on some loin cloths and some swords or whatever to make it happen. Look, I'll go find a dragon if you guys really want me to. Like, I'll figure it out."

The hunk’s comments come after British actress Emilia recently told Harper’s Bazaar about meeting the pair at an awards ceremony earlier this year. The 28-year-old couldn’t contain her excitement at being so close to the beautiful couple and joked that she wished they could have “something sexual together”.

But despite her proposition and Channing being adored by women all over the world, not to mention getting to work with some of the industry’s hottest actresses, he only has eyes for his wife of nearly six years.

“The temptation really isn't an aspect," he told the radio host. "And I don't really how to describe that other than, if you keep the line taut between you and your lover, the person that you've devoted your life to, that doesn't have any room to sneak in.

“I've lived a crazy life before. And I've had long-term relationships...and then like really crazy play in between...It's just, once I've sort of made the decision [to commit], it doesn't really ever become a thing."

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