Channing Tatum's 'Sex on Fire' nightmares

Hollywood heart-throb Channing Tatum greeted hundreds of female fans at the London premiere for his new film, The Eagle.

The new Roman epic adventure movie opens here on March 25th and stars Jamie Bell, Tahar Rahim and Channing Tatum as a Roman soldier who goes on a quest to rescue a golden emblem and restore his father’s reputation.

But, don’t expect Channing to be calling us at Capital any time soon to request the Kings of Leon…

The “GI Joe” and “Step On” actor confessed to us that he suffered a painful injury whilst shooting the film on location in Scotland, after a member of the crew accidentally poured boiling water into his wetsuit, thinking the water was lukewarm.

The Hollywood hunk was rushed to hospital after severe scalding of his, ahem, crown jewels but what the first song Channing heard on the radio as he was being taken to hospital..?

Yes, you’ve guessed it. Kings of Leon’s Sex on Fire.

Luckily, Channing made a full recovery and his antics as a muscled Roman centurion can be seen, in the next couple of weeks. He also confirmed to Capital that rumours of him hoping to star in a new version of Peter Pan are true…just hope he doesn’t have to a wet suit for that role!

Channing Tatum

But we don’t expect him to request that particular song, any time soon…!

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