To say that the season 2 premiere of Lip Sync Battle on Spike was intense on Thursday night is an understatement.
Channing Tatum battled his wife Jenna Dewan-Tatum on the show, Channing beating her out with a diva-licious lip syncing of Beyoncé’s “Who Run the World (Girls).”
Channing brought Beyoncé herself on stage towards the end of Channing’s performance, sealing his win and causing Jenna to faint dramatically as the audience cheered.
Channing, you most definitely earned your spot on this week’s Fan Art Fridays.
View the original fan art here, and watch Jenna and Channing go head-to-head below!
There’s our little Ken doll.
It’s Independence Day weekend in the United States. Magic Mike XXL graced theaters on July 1st.
Some of us will distract ourselves with loud fireworks, others complaining about the loud fireworks …
And then there are those that will torture themselves with Mr. Blue eyed Ken, a.k.a. Matt Bomer.
Or Mike Lane (Channing Tatum).
And don’t forget Richie, (Sofia Vergara’s soon to be husband).
Let’s try to control ourselves in the theater this weekend.
View the original fan art here.
When it comes to memorable, cinematic, 21st century romances, Rachel McAdams tends to be quite the lucky lady.
For Valentine’s Day 2015, let’s go on a lovestruck adventure with the Canadian actress, featuring her co-stars Ryan Gosling, Domhnall Gleeson, Channing Tatum and Eric Bana.
1. The Notebook (2004). For the vintage love that always seemed to get away.
Starring Rachel McAdams as Allison “Allie” Hamilton.
Co-star: Ryan Gosling as Noah Calhoun
Based on The Notebook (1996) by Nicholas Sparks.
2. About Time (2013). For the one who never thought the time was right.
Starring Rachel McAdams as Mary.
Co-star: Domhnall Gleeson as Tim
3. The Vow (2012). For the memories.
Starring Rachel McAdams as Paige Collins.
Co-star: Channing Tatum as Leo Collins
4. The Time Traveler’s Wife (2009). For the one who can promise you the world when life has no guarantee.
Starring Rachel McAdams as Clare DeTamble (née Abshire).
Co-star: Eric Bana as Henry DeTamble
Based on The Time Traveler’s Wife by Audrey Niffenegger.
Have a happy, safe, and cinematic Valentine’s Day 2015.