Jamie Foxx, Channing Tatum Debut Hilarious “(I Wanna) Channing All Over Your Tatum” Video featuring Famous Friends

If fans thought they got a treat the first time they saw Jamie Foxx and Channing Tatum on Jimmy Kimmel Live, they’re in for a real one now.

Earlier this week, Foxx and Tatum stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live to promote their new movie, White House Down, and debuted a video for their now infamous song, “[I Wanna] Channing All Over Your Tatum.”

“She knows I’m causing havoc / Our love is so dramatic / She likes to sing into my mic because my mic is magic,” Tatum sings.

“I see a pretty lady sippin’ on a drink / I gaze into her eyes, and our glasses  go clink / And I know… I wanna Channing all over her Tatum!,” sings Fox.

Not only did Foxx, Kimmel and Tatum star in the hilarious video, but they brought some of their famous friends along with them too, including Olivia Munn, who Tatum starred alongside in Magic Mike, Miley Cyrus, Gabourey Sidibe and Matt Damon, who famously starred in Kimmel’s video I’m F***ing Matt Damon with his girlfriend at the time Sarah Silverman.

Jamie Foxx and Channing  Tatum first visited Kimmel’s show back in February following the Oscars this year to promote White House Down and it was there that the world got its first glimpse of the duo’s raunchy, but hilarious, song.



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