Yup, gang's all here! And in matching white outfits, no less!
But this time, there's a lot more to this than just the photo.
So, after this picture was posted, Twitter users became enraged.
[Image via Cosmopolitan.]
Calm your fluttering hearts — Channing Tatum did NOT steal the plot of Magic Mike from his fellow Flordian strippers… or so says Channing Tatum.
Last week, Thomas "Awesome" Austin and London Steele - two of Chanchan’s nakey dancer buds from his stripper days - claimed Channing stole the plot of Magic Mike from their life stories and from the stories of other men who titillate for cash.
"Those guys have been trying to make money off of me since I got into this business…"
The Chanster also accused the two male teasers of selling the initial video of Channing undressing for $$$, which ignited Steven Soderbergh’s interest in making a film about the world of male stripping.
Channing Takeofyourclothes reveals:
“I don't want to say anything bad about them because they are part of the reason I think their world is so interesting. They are very interesting, intriguing, bizarre characters, and I'm thankful for weird people out there, I guess."
Ha! And a very nice backhand insult from Mr. Tatum.
Regardless of origin, we are still salivating for some Magic Mike action, and cannot WAIT till Channing and co are gyrating in our face THIS THURSDAY!
[Image via WENN.]