Lenny Kravitz Responds to His Daughter Zoë’s Engagement To Channing Tatum

“I’ve done well.”

Channing Tatum and Zoe Kravitz leave the 2021 Met Gala.
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Proud dad Lenny Kravitz is responding to his daughter Zoë Kravitz's engagement to Channing Tatum.

The iconic singer and big scarf aficionado spoke to Entertainment Tonight while walking the red carpet at the 2024 Palm Springs International Film Festival, telling one of the outlet's correspondents that: "Hey man, that's life."

"When your family is happy, when your child is happy, that's it," the iconic singer added. "I've done well. Blessed." 

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Zoë Kravitz and her new fiancé got engaged quietly in October, 2023, and after more than two years since rumors of their relationship made headlines, a source close to the pair told People.

In 2017, the pair both played voice acting roles in The Lego Batman Movie but were both in separate relationships. At the time, Tatum was married to his former costar Jenna Dewan—the exes share a daughter together and finalized their divorce in 2019.

Zoë Kravitz was married to actor Karl Glusman in 2019, but soon divorced 18 months later.

In a cover story for Variety, Tatum gushed about his soon-to-be wife, telling the publication she is a "perfectionist in the best possible way."

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Lenny Kravitz shares his daughter and only child with Lisa Bonet. The proud parents were married from 1987 to 1993.

In addition to gushing about his daughter's engagement, Kravitz said he doesn't "think about numbers and time" as he looks forward to turning 60 in May.

"I feel better than I ever have felt," he added. "Mentally, spiritually, physically... and so I'm glad I'm still here, man, let me tell you."

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