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Channing Tatum spread skin disease

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Channing Tatum spread a skin disease around his family.

The '22 Jump Street' actor loves being outdoors, but a recent camping trip saw him catch poison oak, with the itchy rash quickly spreading to his wife Jenna Dewan Tatum and their daughter Everly, 12 months.

Speaking in an interview given in April, Jenna said: "We're going to the [MTV] Movie Awards tonight, but I have to rethink my dress.

"After this I'm heading to the dermatologist because my husband decided to go camping and bring back Poison Oak - the perks of living with a man who loves to be outdoors!

"We're a family of poison oak at the moment. We'll be really sexy on the red carpet tonight."

The 33-year-old actress is a doting mother to Everly, but insists it is important for the little girl to fit into her parents' lives, rather than them changing theirs to suit their daughter.

She told DuJour magazine: "Kids are life-transformative, but they should fit into your life.

"You don't want to feel resentful for forgetting about a whole part of yourself. It's tough learning how to balance and multitask; it's a lot of balls to juggle. That's been the biggest learning curve of this year for sure."

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