Channing Tatum’s daughter, Everly, sparked a colorful reaction from fans during a rare public appearance with her father, where she sported a unique hairstyle.

Channing and Everly Tatum at the World Tour Premiere Of Aniplex Of America And Crunchyroll's "Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba - To The Hashira Training-" on February 10, 2024 | Source: Getty Images

Channing and Everly Tatum at the World Tour Premiere Of Aniplex Of America And Crunchyroll’s “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba – To The Hashira Training-” on February 10, 2024 | Source: Getty Images

Channing Tatum and his daughter, Everly, recently attended the premiere of the world tour of Aniplex of America. At the event, Everly had purple hair inspired by the anime character Shinobu Kocho from “Demon Slayer.” The duo’s shared love for the show was on full display, and the ten-year-old’s vibrant hair choice became the talk of social media.

Some users shared their opinions freely, with one commenting on the quality of her hair, “If that’s her natural hair she’s too young for purple dyed hair. If that’s a wig that’s a cheap synthetic low quality wig,” and another expressing disapproval at the parenting choices of celebrities, “These rich celebrities just be letting their kids look like whatever in public smh 🤦‍♀️.”

Meanwhile, another user highlighted her height, “10 y.o and she’s so tall like her father,” reflecting the public’s surprise at her growth and resemblance to Tatum. Despite the mixed reviews, many fans were charmed by Everly’s look, with heartfelt reactions such as “You look like your Dad.. you are beautiful!”

Tatum has been open about his parenting style, emphasizing a relationship built on trust and honesty with Everly. He has shared that by ensuring his daughter knows she won’t be in trouble for being truthful, they maintain a strong bond, though he also acknowledges the importance of setting boundaries for mutual benefit.

Jenna Dewan, Everly’s mother, shared a lighthearted anecdote about her daughter’s candid response to watching her parents in “Step Up,” the film that kindled Dewan and Tatum’s off-screen romance. After watching the film, Everly asked, “Can we watch something good?” Her disinterest in the movie remains, as Dewan explains, “It’s not cool to her yet. Maybe one day.”

Despite Everly’s lack of enthusiasm for “Step Up,” she shares her mother’s passion for dance, particularly Celtic Irish dancing, where she strives to improve and eagerly seeks more classes. Dewan, while supportive, doesn’t play the role of coach, preferring to be the “supportive mom” and confidant, encouraging Everly’s journey in dance and life.