Channing Tatum: Dexedrine, stripping and his burnt penis
The star of the upcoming drama "Dear John" shows off his hot body inside the magazine and talks about ... his penis.
Or, more to the point, about the accident on the set of "The Eagle of the Ninth," last fall that caused severe burns to his penis.
Something about a rubber suit and boiling water that was poured into it and that's about all we needed to know.
And he even shows the "Details" reporter the initial damaged member (in a picture, people), which the reporter describes as, looking "angry," "like a hot dog left too long on the grill," hot pink, singed and shriveled." ODG.
On his burnt penis: "It was the most painful thing I have ever experienced in my life ... I've been to the hospital, gotten stitches, had broken fingers and toes. But this was a suffocating kind of pain ... Now my penis is fantastic! One hundred percent recovered. Put me back in the game, Coach."
The Dish Rag speaks for all his fans when we say that we need to see some proof of his recovery. Can a "Playgirl" spread be far off?
On depression: "The longer I took Dexadrine, the worse I felt. It sucked all the personality from me. I'd get depressed. I would think suicidal -- I was never personally suicidal, but I could see how some kids were, how they'd be, like, 'I can't take this anymore.'"
On that video of his stripping career: "I've been wanting to talk about this forever! You have publicists and managers saying 'no,' and I'm like, 'Mmm-mmm, it's gonna come out' ... I think it's hil-larious ... I'm gonna make a movie about it ... I'm happy I did it."
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Photo credit: Details, Norman Jean Roy
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