Jenna Dewan Tatum Gives A Super Sexy Lap Dance On 'Lip Sync Battle'

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Jenna Dewan Tatum heats up the Lip Sync Battle stage when she gives a lap dance to her husband Channing Tatum in a preview video released on Wednesday.

In the premiere episode of Lip Sync Battle’s second season, Jenna mimicked Channing’s killer dance moves from the hit movie Magic Mike. The Step Up star danced to the beat of Ginuwine’s 1996 hit song “Pony,” which was a perfect choice since Channing performed a seductive solo dance to that song in his 2012 movie.

Jenna Dewan even made sure to copy her husband’s Magic Mike look with her white tank top, oversized navy blue sweatpants, black sneakers, and red cap that she wore backwards.

The 35-year-old actress completed her look with painted-on abs that she revealed when she lifted her top in the middle of the dance routine, just as Channing teased the audience in Magic Mike. She then put her hand inside her sweatpants suggestively, prompting cheers from both the audience members and hosts of the show.

The 30-second video then cuts to Jenna giving her husband a lap dance. Her steamy performance definitely brought the house down.

Watch Jenna Dewan Perform a Lap Dance for Husband Channing Tatum

Right after the sexy dance number, show host LL Cool J then asked Jenna Dewan: “Is this like a typical night at the Tatum household?”

“Totally,” she quipped. “We lap-dance every night.”

Channing, who lip synced in Elsa’s costume, brought a surprise guest along with him.

Channing Tatum Challenges Wife Jenna Dewan with a Performance of "Let It Go"

The two were pitted against each other but the battle ended in a tie so they got to share the championship belt. However, Channing has a word of warning for his beloved wife.

“As soon as she turns around I'm stealing it,” was Channing’s reaction to the judges’ decision.

Lip Sync Battle Season 2 also stars Chrissy Teigen as LL Cool J’s co-host. It premieres on Thursday, 10 p.m. on Spike TV.

Val Powell
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