Shania Twain picks Channing Tatum for her new Hollywood hunk
Go ahead, Brad Pitt.
Have a seat, Ryan Reynolds.
Shania Twain has her eye on a new hunk.
on the “It doesn’t affect me much” — one of the hits from Twain’s 1997 blockbuster “Come On Over” — the country-pop queen famously quipped, “Okay, so you’re Brad Pitt? It doesn’t affect me much.”
But when Twain performed the single at the People’s Choice Awards last December, she changed the song from “Brad Pitt” to “Ryan Reynolds,” as cameras panned to the “Free Guy” actor in the audience.
But now the 57-year-old singer has become another member of the Sexiest Man Alive club.
“This is Channing Tatum,” he told UK’s Radio Times of the “Magic Mike’s Last Dance” star.
“I’m trying to think of how I’m going to sing it … ‘Okay, so you’re Channing Tatum’ – yeah, it works.”
But more than likely, Pitt — who is actually a two-time Sexiest Man Alive, claiming the title in 1995 and 2000 — isn’t taking Twain’s latest sub as a snub.
When asked about the Reynolds swap in January, the “Babylon” actor told the movie Dweeb site, “I think we can share the wealth there. Yes, Ryan is a good egg too. He deserves some love. “
In fact, Pitt even suggested a few other Hollywood heartthrobs who should be next on Twain’s list.
“I think he should put it down,” he said. “Maybe Leo [DiCaprio] … and then Austin Butler.
Twain will certainly have many more chances to change it up on “That Don’t Impress Me Much” when her “Queen of Me” tour kicks off April 28 in Spokane, Washington.
The track — in support of Twain’s “Queen of Me” album released last month — hit New York’s Madison Square Garden on July 11.