Talk about a thirst trap. Channing Tatum, who is busy shooting for his upcoming film The Lost City of D, stripped down for a mirror selfie and left little to the imagination.
He took to his Instagram story to share the censored nude snapshot from the sets of his film which also stars Sandra Bullock and Daniel Radcliffe.
In the photo, Tatum can be seen posing shirtless and pantless for a mirror selfie with a crew member in the background. However, he made sure to censor the photo by using a towel and a monkey emoji to cover his private area, while a makeup artist seemingly prepared to give him a spray tan.
While he was at it, Tatum also revealed that he was flexing so hard while taking the selfie that it almost gave him a cramp.
He captioned the photo, “You know when you in the make-up trailer asshole naked holding a towel over your junk you about to do some shit on set that you gonna have to prepare ya mama for before she see the movie.” The actor, however, did not reveal why he had to let go of all his clothes.
Earlier this month, the actor told Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show that he got “pretty fat” and had put on “a nice 10 lbs” at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic before he buckled down with his health and fitness.
The 41-year-old actor told the host that, “For the first week or two weeks, I definitely was just drinking beers and riding dirt bikes but I was like, ‘I can’t do this for two months. This is bad.'”
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He explained how he and a friend “just went really, really hard,” after that, and were
“training every day.”
“And it was great — I mean, I came out a completely new person,” he said.
On Sunday (May. 23, 2021), he posted a video after a 2 mile ocean swim.
He wrote, “I have done all kinds of bullshit to get in or stay in shape. Almost everything you can think of. And i have to say nothing yet has been more suffocating and exhausting and effective than freestyle wrestling or open ocean water swimming.” He wrote that the movies are his motivation to push himself to stay fit.
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