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Channing Quits Hollywood & Moves To NYC For Broadway Dream After Split From Jenna

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Channing Tatum is telling pals he’s moving to NYC, has learned exclusively, so he can start totally fresh in the wake of his separation from Jenna Dewan.

“Channing’s been set on Broadway for a long time, but Jenna wanted to stay in LA and wouldn’t hear of it,” a source told “This was a big reason why they split, as well as her desperation to have another kid which he was dead set against.”

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As readers know, Tatum and Dewan shocked the world when they announced their split after nine years of marriage.

“We have lovingly chosen to separate as a couple,” the duo announced in an April statement. “We fell deeply in love so many years ago and have had a magical journey together. Absolutely nothing has changed about how much we love one another, but love is a beautiful adventure that is taking us on different paths for now.”

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The statement insists there are no “secrets nor salacious events” that led to the decision, but learned the pair constantly fought over his party-boy lifestyle, often leaving her feeling alone and abandoned.

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The two also battled over Tatum’s flirting with other women and exploding career, as Dewan remained a less “in-demand” actress.

“Channing’s had a rough few months, but he’s ready to hit the reset button in a new city, with a fresh set of challenges,” the source added. “He’s pretty burnt out by Hollywood in general.”

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