Jenna Dewan Opens Up About Life After Her Shocking Split from Channing Tatum

"It's a new normal."

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After nearly nine years of marriage, couple-you-thought-would-last-forever Jenna Dewan and Channing Tatum announced their separation back in April. It was devastating, to say the least, but in a new interview with Harper's BAZAAR, Dewan affirms her and Tatum's relationship has become "a new normal where there is a lot of love."

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While Dewan is navigating this new way of life, the former couple is co-parenting their 4-year-old daughter, Everly. "We’re just getting used to it. We're in a very positive energy together, trying to be the best parents to Everly," the World of Dance star tells BAZAAR.com. "We support each other."

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She also describes this next chapter for her as "hopeful" with "no attachments."

"The moves I'm making are completely not related to my marriage or separation, interestingly enough. I was always very happy being a wife. Those feelings [Who are you? What do you want to give to the world? What excites you?] started bubbling up for me, naturally…so I really wanted to expand my life, and myself. And that was my journey, no one else's." 

"I feel a sense of joy and freedom and excitement, truly, about a new chapter in my life. And I have no attachments to how that's going to look, or what that's going to be. I feel really open, and I feel hopeful."

Read BAZAAR.com's full interview with Jenna Dewan here.

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