Channing Tatum olvida a Jessie J gracias a una app de citas

Ha sido una de las parejas de 2019, pero a Channing Tatum y Jessie J se les acabó el amor antes de terminar el año. Según fuentes cercanas a la pareja, dejaron de verse hace un mes y parece que el actor es el primero en querer pasar página a su historia con al cantante, por lo que se habría dado de alta en una aplicación de citas, Raya, solo apta para personalidades famosas.

El protagonista de Step Up1 y 2, que emite COSMO el sábado y el domingo, respectivamente a las 11.00 horas, desea dedicarse por completo a su carrera, que le llevará a viajar durante los próximos meses, y a su hija Everly, fruto de su matrimonio con Jenna Dewan, a la que estuvo sentimentalmente unido durante diez años.

¿Y la británica? La cantante no se deja ver desde el anuncio de la ruptura y ha estado poco activa en sus redes sociales. Recientemente colgó un mensaje sobre la soledad que fue malinterpretado. Sus agentes trataron de desligar esta reflexión personal de su estado anímico actual. La londinense también estaría centrada en su carrera y sus fans suspiran porque pronto lance un nuevo disco, el sexto tras su trabajo navideño de 2018.


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