Channing Tatum may be known for his dapper looks on the red carpet, but when it comes to his and wife Jenna Dewan Tatum's shared closet at home, she is the one who decides what goes in and what stays out (mainly the majority of his clothes).
While the new Danskin campaign ambassador admitted she and Channing share a love for fashion, he only has a small portion of their closet to store his ensembles. "In our new house we share a bigger closet than we had, but poor Chan, he has one little row and I have the whole rest of it," Dewan Tatum told People. And it doesn't look like that will change any time soon.
Although she cleans out her sides of the closet every now and then, the dancer said it's only to make room for new things she picks up—not for more of Channing's clothes. "I give away, but I give away after it gets to the point that it gets so stacked and full, embarrassingly over-stuffed," she said. " I'm a good giver-away-er—I almost give away too much. I like to refresh and then it leaves me more room to get new things."
In spite of their closet-sharing issues, Dewan Channing is her husband's cheerleader when it comes to his on and off the red carpet stylings, even when he dresses outside of the norm. "Chan likes that 1940s, what he's doing with the hats and the vests—it's actually great, it's a cool little style," she added. "But, he also likes to go against the grain. One time, he wore these ninja shoes he got in Japan, and he wore them on a red carpet just because he said, 'F--k it, I want to wear these on a red carpet, I'm wearing them.' His publicist looked at me like she was going to kill me. I'm like, 'I can't control him.'"
As for where he put those ninja shoes after the red carpet, that's a whole other issue.