Jenna Dewan says she was 'gutted' over her breakup with Channing TatumGet the Full StoryDavid M. Benett Getty Images
Jenna Dewan spoke about the end of her marriage to Channing Tatum in a new interview.
"I was just gutted. It was so difficult for me," she told People. "It was the loss of an idealistic future for myself and my life. What does that now look like for me? Where do I begin? I met him when I was 24, I didn't know life without Chan."
She said the breakup didn't happen "overnight," but rather came about after a "slow realization that we wanted different things."
Dewan, who's expecting a child with boyfriend Steve Kazee, said she's now "living in a very joyful new place in my life."
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Jenna Dewan reflected on the end of her marriage to Channing Tatum in a new interview.
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