Bask in the Awesome of Jenna Dewan Tatum's Full Danskin Campaign

About a month ago, we let you know that Jenna Dewan Tatum—dancer, movie star, dance-show producer, scarily talented lip-syncer and one half of the couple that embodies EVERY SINGLE ONE of our relationship #goals—was the new face of Danskin. And as if those words weren't enough to get us squee-level excited, the sneak-peek photos looked like this:


Oh heyyyyyy (photo by Monica May via Danskin)

Well, yesterday, the campaign officially launched, revealing even more gorgeous images and a behind-the-scenes video that's the perfect palate cleanser for those of us still trying to get this weird taste out of our mouths.

Tatum, looking fabulously Flashdance-y in the fall collection's leos and crop tops and leggings, notes in the vid that she grew up wearing Danskin. "When I got the call for this campaign, it was the fastest yes I've ever given!" she says. "This is like home to me."

Take a look at the video below, and visit Danskin's site to check out the fall campaign.

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