Jenna Dewan is getting shamed for posting underwear campaign pics after split from Channing Tatum

It’s only been a couple of weeks since Channing Tatum and wife Jenna announced their separation, but big changes are already underway — at least for her.

The recently separated couple, pictured in 2015, have a 4-year-old daughter. (Photo: Tim P. Whitby/Getty Images)
The recently separated couple, pictured in 2015, have a 4-year-old daughter. (Photo: Tim P. Whitby/Getty Images)

First up: name. The World of Dance host has dropped the Tatum and updated her Instagram bio to her birth name of Jenna Dewan.

More controversially (to some), she’s posted a new photo that shows her happily lounging in bed in her underwear. Though it’s not a personal shot but part of her campaign with Danskin Apparel, the image still has some fans riled up.

 

 

“Wow u quickly shed that last name,” read one comment. “What a shame.”

“Remove Channing: check,” added a commenter. “Remove Tatum from name: check. Remove clothes for IG pic: check.”

“I’ll never understand why [you’re] posting ONLY photos of [yourself] — half-naked,” someone wrote. “Always admired you dance talent, but confused about your message.”

“I’m sorry but you were married to the hottest person in America,” another noted. “I don’t think cups of coffee bring laughter [any] more.”

Supporters were quick to defend the photo — which was liked by Dewan’s famous ex — and the actress and dancer’s right to move on as she pleases. Many reiterated that it was a campaign ad and that Magic Mike star Tatum is himself known for posing in various states of undress.

“You. Inspire. Me. Thank you for bypassing the s*** and continuing to post,” a fan posted. “Mom to mom, if you read this, we get one life, be happy my babe!”

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