Jenna Dewan-Tatum Admits She Prefers Being Naked At Home; Channing Tatum Explains ‘Dick Graze,’ Confronts Fear of Porcelain Dolls With Ellen DeGeneres: WATCH

"She Made Them Do It" actress Jenna Dewan talked about being naked around the house during her recent "Live With Kelly And Michael" interview.

"We don't like clothes a lot, period. Especially when you have a baby and you're breastfeeding," said the 33-year-old mother of one. "We're not that exciting. We don't have dance-offs and we're not naked all the time."

Having started out as Janet Jackson's back-up dancer and known for her performance in the 2006 movie "Step Up," Dewan said her daughter Everly is "an amazing little dancer."

"Everybody's like, 'Is she dancing?' I hope I'm not being a dance mommy, but she has her own little moves," the actress and dancer said.

Meanwhile, her husband Channing Tatum recently took to Twitter to share a parody video called "Dick Graze."

At the premiere of his movie "Foxcatcher" at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival Monday, the 34-year-old actor explained the video.

"It was just something fun for us to do. We were messing around on the (22 Jump Street) set in Puerto Rico. It was just crazy. I don't really have anything to tell about it other than it's very stupid," Tatum told E! News.

Along with Jonah Hill, Tatum is also returning to the sequel of "22 Jump Street." Rodney Rothman has been confirmed to write the new sequel but it is still unclear whether or not Phil Lord and Christopher Miller are returning to direct the film, Deadline reported.

On Wednesday, Tatum appeared on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," in which the 56-year-old host helped him confront one of his greatest fears aside from singing in a movie, Us Weekly reported.

"In real life, I'm terrified of porcelain dolls," admitted Tatum who has made a name for himself with action hero roles in "G.I. Joe: Retaliation" and "White House Down."

"There was a TV show, it was Friday the 13th. There was a possessed porcelain doll. I just think they're freaky. They're really super freaky. They have like, real eyes, and they look real, and they just, I just imagine when I walk by them, their heads turn with you the whole time," he recalled.

Watch how Ellen DeGeneres helped Tatum face his porcelain doll phobia here: 

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