The Vow

Channing Tatum keeps popping up everywhere I go. Not that I’m complaining, mind you, but I found it interesting that right after I wrote about him HERE a few weeks ago, I began cyber stalking discovered he is going to be in a movie next weekend called “The Vow” that is unequivocally the love child of “The Notebook” and “Dear John.” Oddly, it’s not adapted from a Nicholas Sparks novel. Instead, it is based on a true story.

Here…watch this:

A few days later, my friend Julie shared a photo with me on Pinterest from a girl named Theresa who tacked this on her bulletin board:

Can I get a collective AMEN from the peanut gallery?

Quick tangent: Let’s gloss over the fact that the intriguing message is sprawled over six very important aspects of the photo and concentrate on two other clues that make this picture potentially mind blowing.

1.) He appears to be sporting a mighty masculine belt buckle and B.) Could it be that he’s holding a pair of boots? I’m going to assume yes on both accounts. Cowboy take me away!

After first, second and third glances, I think it’s appropriate to agree with Theresa’s conclusion. Don’t question the man. Just be his wife woman!

But then we learn that she thinks she’s still engaged to this guy:

BE STILL MY FELICITY LOVING HEART! Y’all…it’s Ben freaking Covington! Where has he been for the last decade? Curses to “The Vow” for making me question Rachel McAdams’ ability to choose between hot and hot. It’s not like she hasn’t done that before:

Of course, being the romantic that I am, I will always root for true love. Sorry Ben. Call me Lon.

If you don’t care to admit that you secretly own “She’s the Man” or “Step Up” and would like to familiarize yourself with Mr. Tatum’s acting chops, I suggest you check out his debut on Saturday Night Live tonight.

I have a feeling this episode may have a permanent place to live on my DVR if he really lets himself go and isn’t intimidated by live television. Or he could take his shirt off. Whatever.


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