In news that shocked the masses, Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan announced their separation on April 2.

If you're at all a fan of the couple, you might be wondering: Will Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan get back together? You shouldn't exactly hold out hope for the pair's reunion, though.
Based on the couple's joint statement, it doesn't seem as though they'll get back together anytime soon. In their message, they shared that they've had a wonderful journey together as a couple, but that it's time for that journey to come to an end. It doesn't sound like there's any bad blood in the split, just that the two of them grew apart but will remain "best friends" and dedicated co-parents rather than a couple. So, it seems as though, at least right now, Dewan and Tatum are not focused on any kind of romantic relationship between them.
However, it really is anyone's guess as to whether the two would reunite sometime in the future. While the possibility that they could get back together wasn't commented on in their statement, it also wasn't ruled out, and they did say that they're taking "some space." Still, the only two who know for sure whether they'd get back together are Tatum and Dewan themselves.
As previously stated, Tatum and Dewan announced that they were separating on April 2, after almost nine years of marriage. The couple released a joint statement in which they revealed the news to their fans. They said that they still loved each other and that there wasn't anything "salacious" that led to the split. The pair wrote, "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." Dewan and Tatum ended their statement by saying that they will always be a family and are dedicated to co-parenting their daughter, Everly.
While this news likely surprised many of the couple's fans, reportedly, the pair have been in the process of separating for some time now, according to People. Sources told the publication that Tatum had not been living in the family home for months at the time of the couple's April 2 statement. One source related that, "This [split] has been a long time coming." They went on to say, "Like any marriage, they’ve had their ups and downs over the years but they really started to grow apart within the last year.”

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