Jenna Dewan, left, is ‘doing well’ post-divorce after split, Channing Tatum, says her best friend Emmanuelle Chriquí, right.
LOS ANGELES – Jenna Dewan takes her after the divorce life in the struggle, and leans on her best friend, “Entourage” alum Emmanuelle Chriquí.
“She is amazing. She is a force of nature and she is doing great under the circumstances,” Chriquí told reporters at the Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour in Beverly Hills, California.
“We hang out and have the best time. We could be on the bank to do what, and killing ourselves laughing. That is the nature of her and I,” Chriquí shared.
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Dewan, 37, detailed her public divorce with ex-husband Channing Tatum last month in a Women’s Health article says that she felt like she had been on a “wave of growth” since her split from the “Magic Mike” actor.
“It looks different … and I really think that we get used to it,” she told the outlet.
The “World of Dance” host also delved into the heart of her divorce from Tatum and acknowledged that their relationship just converted.
“It’s OK for a relationship to change into a new form, that is actually better for both people involved, and I think that’s perhaps what shocked everyone so much that it is a positive thing,” she said. “That was ultimately what happened with us.”
Tatum and Dewan parts of a 5-year-old daughter named Everly. They met on the set of their hit 2006 movie “Step Up”, a dance film in which the duo played high school students who came from different lifestyles, but fell in love with each other.
After nine years together, the couple announced their decision to “lovingly” apart as a couple on 2 April.
Since the split, Dewan is focused on the self, particularly her “the wishes and needs of a woman.”
“I think everyone wants to hold on to what is in front of them, but if you open your mind, saying,” I want what is best for myself and my daughter,’ you have to be okay with however that looks,” she said.
Fox News’ Zoe Szathmary contributed to this report.