Channing Tatum is not shy about admitting his job before becoming an actor was a male stripper.
As host of Saturday Night Live on Saturday, The Vow actor, 31, got in touch with his old stripper moves for his opening monologue.
“It is such an honor to be on this stage, especially considering my first job in show business was as a male stripper,” he began. “That may sound like a joke, but it’s true: I really was a stripper for a year before becoming an actor.”
“I’m not ashamed of my past. I loved stripping. I loved my customers.” Watch Below
Oh and by the way, LADIES if you're on the fence about going to see "The Vow" this weekend for Valentine's Day, allow us to sway your decision: Channing Tatum is completely naked in one scene. Okay we'll stop there and go no further.
A lot of actors would be embarrassed to bare all on the screen, but at the premiere for the movie, Channing revealed that he's totally fine with it, so long as it plays well into the story. Well, okay then!