Jenna Dewan Tatum Let Toddlers Give Her A Dance Lesson

On Thursday night, Jenna Dewan Tatum paid a visit to James Corden’s Late Late Show to bring viewers some seriously epic laughs. The performer is best known for her roles in Step Up and Step Up 2, so naturally, Corden decided to dedicate a segment to her dance moves. Corden invited Dewan Tatum to try out a little “toddlerography,” which is basically exactly what it sounds like. The pair showed up on camera in their best ’80s fitness attire. It’s hard to say whose hair accessory was cooler—Dewan Tatum’s epic scrunchie or Corden’s glam sweatband? When they were all decked out in dance clothes, they set out to learn a little choreography from a gang of adorable kiddos. Their mission was to mimic the random, erratic moves that only toddlers can bring to life—no easy feat, even for a pro like Dewan Tatum!

 

In their attempt to get the dance moves right, the two accidentally corner a little girl in a pink bow just as she frolics away, zig-zag across the room to keep with a particularly rambunctious little guy, and do a whole lot of dramatic collapses into the studio walls. Somehow, Dewan Tatum manages to make every moment look graceful! And after all that hard work, they earned themselves the ultimate cool-down: nap time. Heck. Yes.

 

Dewan Tatum is rarely afraid to bring a little humor to the small screen. Just last month, she and her dance moves made an appearance on Lip Sync Battlewhere she gave her babe-a-licious husband, Channing Tatum, a lap dance. She absolutely slayed at her on-screen dance routine to Ginuwine’s Pony, which was extremely reminiscent of Channing’s moves in Magic Mike. “We lap dance every night,” she joked to host LL Cool J after her busting her beset moves. Um, can this couple get any hotter?

 

Watch she and Corden’s epic moves below. 

 
 

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