Move over, Blake Shelton: Adam Levine has a new A-Lister bromance.


Move over, Blake Shelton: Adam Levine has a new A-Lister bromance.

The bromance between Adam Levine and Blake Shelton is legendary, but the Maroon 5 frontman has another A-List pal in Channing Tatum.

The “Girls Like You” singer spent time with the Magic Mike actor on Thursday at Ysabel in Los Angeles, where he and his wife, Behati Prinsloo, hosted a celebration for their new Calirosa tequila brand.

Tatum, Stella Maxwell, Phoebe Tonkin, Charlotte Lawrence, Sarah Wright Olsen, and Liza Owen were among the celebrities who attended the party to celebrate the couple’s new venture.

The 21 Jump Street star reportedly came alone, without girlfriend Zoe Kravitz, to “support Adam.”

“[Adam and Channing] were chatting and hanging out for a decent amount of time at the party,” the insider continued.

“They seemed to be catching up, and Channing seemed ecstatic to see Adam and hang out with him.”

As he hung out with Levine and Prinsloo, the actor “looked like he was in a great mood,” and “Adam was introducing him to many of his friends and his family.” It’s unclear when Tatum and Levine first became friends, but they’ve been in similar circles for years.

On American Horror Story, Levine played Tatum’s ex-wife Jenna Dewan in 2013, and his 2014 wedding to Prinsloo was officiated by Tatum’s Jump Street franchise co-star Jonah Hill.

Tatum and Levine were close enough friends by 2019 to vacation in Mexico with their families.

Before the “She Will Be Loved” singer left his role as coach on The Voice in 2019, Shelton and Levine’s friendship on the NBC singing competition became one of fans’ favorite aspects of the show.

In a statement at the time, he said, “I am truly honored to have been a part of something I will always cherish for the rest of my life.”

“To all of the devoted voice fans, there would be no show without you.”

It was past time for me to move on.

Your help has meant the world to me.”

“Having a difficult time wrapping my head around [Adam Levine] not being at [The Voice] anymore,” Shelton tweeted shortly after.

After 16 seasons, it had a significant impact on both of our lives.

I only learned about this yesterday, so it hasn’t hit me yet.

I’m going to miss working with that jerk.”


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