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Oh god, no one wants this to happen to them. Unfortunately, it had to happen to Channing Tatum.
Jenna Dewan-Tatum's hubby had the WORST incident occur on the set of one of his movies, The Eagle.
Apparently during filming, the actor and a few other of his peers were shooting a scene in a cold river and they had a guy going to boil water every so often for 13 hours just to keep warm.
Before the day ended, the water guy offered Channing one last warm bottle before they headed back to the trailers and the 35-year-old agreed.
Bad move. When the father of one received his last bottle, the water was still boiling and hadn't been tempered –and it hurt like hell, completely burning all the skin on his d*ck!
Channing recalled the incident on The Howard Stern Show on Tuesday, saying:
This show is always such a fun gig!
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Tell us how you really feel, Jada Pinkett Smith!
Last week, the 43-year-old was a guest on Howard Stern's SiriusXM radio show in New York where the shock jock brought up the subject of the actress' deceased friend Tupac Shakur.
In case you didn't know, the Magic Mike XXL star went to high school with the legendary rapper.
However, was there anything romantic between the two?!
It turns out…
They tried but ultimately the dynamic was all wrong!
Miz Smith dished:
"When you have two young people that have very strong feelings, but there was no physical chemistry between us at all, and it wasn't even just for me! It was him too."
In fact, the mother of two even spills the beans about a time where they tried to kiss… but it was awful!
The Gotham actress confessed:
Well that was quick!
After Jason Alexander talked with Howard Stern last night about how he didn't work well with his Seinfeld fiance, Heidi Swedberg, the actor was quick to defend 'Susan' and clear things up!
The media took the story Alexander told last night and has since ran with it, so he wanted to make sure people really understood what he meant. George Costanza took to Twitter and TwitLonger to writer a very lengthy apology and defense of his statements. He initially tweeted out:
We always wondered….
On Wednesday night, Jason Alexander talked a bit with Howard Stern on his talk show about, well, what else…Seinfeld!
Alexander, who played George on the hit sitcom, even spilled some details about why his fiancé, Susan, played by Heidi Swedberg, was suddenly killed off in the show. And by suddenly we mean she was accidentally poisoned by the glue on George and Susan's wedding invitations.
Believe it or not, she wasn't just offed for comedic effect or anything, it was actually because she was difficult to do scenes with! Jason shared: