Channing Tatum's manhood is healed
Channing Tatum has revealed his manhood has made a full recovery after he burnt the skin off his penis while shooting upcoming movie 'The Eagle of the Ninth' in the Scottish highlands
Channing Tatum's manhood has returned to full working order.
The 29-year-old actor says his penis - which he burnt the skin off while trying to keep warm when shooting 'The Eagle of the Ninth' in the Scottish Highlands last October - has made a full recovery from the agonising injury and suffered no permanent damage.
Speaking at the UK gala premiere of his new film 'Dear John', Channing told BANG Showbiz: "My penis is doing well. I burned it very badly but thankfully there was no scarring and is working well. I'm back on top - literally!"
As a former stripper, Channing - who previously described the injury as "the most painful thing" he had ever experienced - places great importance on his manhood, especially as he wants to strip off on camera.
He said: "I'd love to go back to stripping, but only for a film. I want to make a movie highlighting my experiences as a stripper."
Thanks to his good looks and hunky body, Channing - who is married to his 'Step Up' co-star Jenna Dewan - has become a Hollywood pin-up but says he doesn't feel the pressure of being a sex symbol.
He said: "I'm happy with my looks and what my parents gave me. I don't feel like an object because only you can make yourself feel like an object."