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Inside Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan's $5million Las Vegas Airbnb mansion

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Andrea Caamano
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April 6, 2017
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Channing Tatum and wife Jenna Dewan treated the cast of Magic Mike Live and their families to an epic BBQ party on Monday at a lavish $5million mansion in Las Vegas, Nevada, courtesy of Airbnb.

The Hollywood couple and their daughter Everly, three, entertained around 30 guests at the Spanish estate which is perfectly equipped to guarantee an unforgettable day. The property is kitted out with basketball and tennis courts, pool and poker tables, a bar, a swimming pool and even a Jaccuzi. It also boasts seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms, enough to host the big group and it conveniently located just 5 miles from the strip.

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Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan treated the cast of Magic Mike Live to a BBQ

Channing, 36, shared pictures from the party and revealed it was "awesome to be able to take a day with the whole team and relax". Captioning a picture which showed the large group posing together, he said: "Thanks @airbnb for the gift of the wonderful space while here in Vegas with my family. We've been on a crazy, no days off schedule prepping Magic Mike Live for y'all and it was awesome to be able to take a day with the whole team and relax."

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The party took place in a $5million mansion located just 5 miles away from the strip

Wife Jenna, 36, also shared a snap from the BBQ which showed off her enviable figure. The dancer can be seen hanging from a basketball hoop whilst showing off her toned abs. She jokingly captioned the snap: "Hangin in my new Spring @danskinapparel today! (Jokes on fire today??)"

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Jenna Dewan showed off her figure during the fun afternoon

The hot couple are currently staying in Sin City whilst the cast of Magic Mike Live have been rehearsing nonstop. The father-of-one, who does not appear in the show which officially opens on 21 April at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, has been in charge of designing and co-directing it. According to Los Angeles Times, the actor's star power reportedly gets the credit for advance ticket sales, which a news release says total $2.5 million.

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