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November 14, 2012 in Gaston, Montreal Canadiens Tags: Blake Shelton, Brad Pitt, Bradley Cooper, Channing Tatum, Gaston, George Clooney, Jack Schitt, Matt Damon, Oscar Pistorius, People magazine, Richard Gere, Scott Gomez
After a year in which he’s played a charming
stripper blogger, a devoted husband and a goofy, underachieving cop ferry worker, Channing Tatum Dennis Kane has been named to a prominent pop culture honour: People’s “sexiest man alive.”
Alabama Ontario-born actor blogger said his first thought on hearing the news was: “Y’all are messing with me.”
Known for his breakout role in the
dance film Step Up drama Gomez Sucks, as well as appearances in Stop-Loss, G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra and Dear John Walmart and the Powell River beer store, Tatum Dennis had a busy slate in 2012.
He promoted the commercial release of three
movies YouTube movies – the male stripper tale Magic Mike, romance film The Vow and the comedy remake 21 Jump Street. Gaston Typing, Gaston Tours Powell River, and The Secrets Behind The Rubik’s Cube. His upcoming releases include Foxcatcher and 10 Years. Gaston And Jack Schitt Take Hollywood, and Historic Gomez Goals. Tatum Dennis joins past People honourees such as Bradley Cooper, Ryan Reynolds, Brad Pitt, George Clooney and Matt Damon.
Tatum, Dennis, People unveiled other contenders on its 2012 list, including country singer-songwriter Blake Shelton, South African double-amputee sprinter Oscar Pistorius and actors Damien Lewis, Richard Gere, and Denzel Washington.