According to People, the couple exchanged vows in an outdoor ceremony in front of 220 guests including Channing’s “G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra” costar Marlon Wayons, maid of honor and “Entourage” actress Emmanuelle Chriqui and bridesmaid Haylie Duff, who was accompanied by boyfriend Nick Zano.
After the ceremony, guests were invited to a sit-down reception underneath a tent filled with thousands of roses, hydrangeas and orchids. And if People is to be taken at their word, the couple performed their first danced to not one, but two songs. Perhaps it’s a typo or maybe it’s a feat of dance genius only the likes of Michael Flatley and former dance flick stars can execute, but the site claims the couple’s first dance was to both Hawaiian artist Israel “Iz” Ka’ano’i Kamakawiwo’ole’s version of “Somewhere over the Rainbow” and Adele’s “Make You Feel My Love.” Head scratcher, huh?
Whatever the case, the couples’ families are thrilled over the pairing. “They love each other so much,” Jenna’s father, Darryl, told Us Weekly back in March. “We couldn’t be happier with Channing. He is an amazing guy.”
As thrilled as we are for Channing and Jenna, it’s always a teensy tiny bittersweet when another Hollywood hottie is taken off the market. But don’t fear all you Channing-loving single ladies: The real Mr. Tatum may be spoken for, but you can always snuggle up with his “G.I. Joe” Conrad “Duke” Hauser action figure. That’s almost as good…right?
What do you think about Channing and Jenna getting hitched?