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Lenny Kravitz praises 'soulful human being' Channing Tatum

Lenny Kravitz praises 'soulful human being' Channing Tatum
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Lenny Kravitz has praised his "soulful" future son-in-law Channing Tatum.

The musician opened up about his relationship with the actor, who is engaged to his daughter Zoë Kravitz, in an episode of Sherri which airs on Thursday.

"He's a great guy. We got on really well," Lenny, 59, said in the episode, according to a teaser clip. "We have our own relationship, as well."

The Always on the Run hitmaker continued of Channing, 43, "We hang out, and we talk. He's a very soulful human being. He was raised well. He has manners and class."

Lenny went on to explain that Zoë, 35, introduced him to the Dear John star early on in their relationship, adding that their first meeting felt "very natural".

"Like I said, he's very sweet, and it works," he told talk show host Sherri Shepherd. "Life is about timing and what you've gone through, what you've learned, and they're in the right place."

Lenny then confirmed that when Channing and Zoë tie the knot, he will "of course" give a father of the bride speech.

Zoë and Channing became engaged in October 2023. They first met in 2021 when she was directing him on the set of her upcoming directorial debut, Blink Twice.

The couple showed their support for the music icon last week when he was honoured with a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame.

 

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