On April 2nd, the they’re-so-perfect-I-almost-hate-them-but-can’t couple, Jenna Dewan Tatum and Channing Tatum, announced that they’re separating. It’s super sad, and it’s not even a bad April Fools’ joke. They’re for real breaking up, and our hearts just cannot take it. I mean, the two have the cutest backstory of all time (they met in 2005 on the set of Step Up, like a romantic comedy come to life), and have shown time and time again how adorable they are on Instagram and the red carpet. But as of today, alas, no more.
While we can’t stop thinking about how devastating this is for us, we also wonder if they’ll both be okay. Emotionally and, well, financially. We recently learned that Channing Tatum’s net worth is around $60 million, due to his diverse portfolio as a model, actor, and dancer. He’s been in movies like Magic Mike, Dear John, and Kingsman and modeled for high-profile brands like Gap and Abercrombie & Fitch. Of course dude is doing just fine.
But we know that Jenna Dewan Tatum will be okay, too. While her net worth totals to about $6 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth, Dewan Tatum has been in high-performing TV shows such as Supergirl and American Horror Story, along with Step Up, of course. She’s also a professional backup dancer and has danced with Janet Jackson, Pink, Missy Elliott, and Christina Aguilera.
She started her own production company with Channing Tatum and friends Reid Carolin, Adam Martingano, and Brett Rodriguez, called 33andOut Productions.
For those who haven’t read Jenna Dewan and Channing Tatum’s heartbreaking social media post about their reasons for splitting, prepare to melt into a puddle of sadness:
We wish all the best to her and Tatum.