Channing Tatum and Jena Dewan Tatum's Divorce False Reports: Actor Says Jonah Hill Wants to Date his Wife

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By Sonalee singh | June 27, 2014 1:26 PM EST

Channing Tatum and Jena Dewan Tatum have recently brushed off divorce rumors sending message through their reps that the reports are completely false.

"It's disappointing to see another example of Star magazine using outright lies to sell their weekly covers and trying to pass it off as journalism," reps for the couple tell Us. "Their current delusional cover couldn't be further from the truth."

However, amidst the divorce rumors, Tatum made a controversial statement about his wife by saying that his "22  Jump Street" co-star Jonah Hill is interested in Jena.

Tatum recently jibed in his interview that Hill "wants to be with his wife."

"Wants to be with my wife and that's not cool. We've already had this conversation a couple of times and he always gets really awkward. I am not going to gift him my wife, no matter what he asks and what he's going to give me for it. It's just what's not going to happen, " he said during their promotional tour, reported Entertainment Weekly.

To this statement of Tatum, Jena responded as "Wait, what?," she asked, adding that "I'm the third wheel, they have the most amazing bromance."

Tatum and Jena have been married since 2009.  The couple met on the sets of "Step Up." The couple also have a daughter together named Everly. She was born lasy year in May.

Meanwhile, in one his interview Tatum revealed that he drinks too much and marriage to Jena has not changed his wild ways.

"My wife, that's what she bought into... I'm probably a pretty high-functioning, I guess, you know, I would say, alcoholic, I guess. There's probably a tendency to escape. I equate it to creativity, and I definitely equate it to having a good time. I get one shot at life, and I can say that I've lived a crazy one, and I've pushed the limit almost at every turn. I'm super proud of that," he said during his interview to GQ.

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