Jamie Foxx And Other Stars Channing All Over Your Tatum In JKL's New Music Video
A bit of musical magic happened on Jimmy Kimmel Live earlier this year when Jimmy brought White House Down stars Jamie Foxx and Channing Tatum onto his show for his special post-Oscars episode. The interview led into a sultry musical number about wanting to "Channing all over your Tatum." A combination of Foxx's musical prowess, Channing Tatum's name and both of their sexiness made the segment and song one to remember. And clearly, Jimmy Kimmel hasn't forgotten. Because JKL is pretty well known for funny, celebrity-packed videos - see Movie: The Movie, Movie: The Movie 2V and the amazing "I'm F-cking Ben Affleck" and Matt Damon videos for additional examples - this one features some celebrity guests.
Via EW, the video takes "Channing all over your Tatum" up a notch, setting the song to a star-studded music video, complete with beach scenes and beautiful women - Miley Cyrus, Olivia Munn and Gabourey Sidibe among them - as well as Tatum and Foxx, who dance on the beach, while Munn gets air blown in her face, Cyrus gets a vending machine dropped on her and Sidibe rocks out in front of a giant microphone. And all the while, Jimmy's still not sure what the song is actually about. Neither are we, Jimmy, but we like what we see. And because this is JKL, a Matt Damon appearance is always a major bonus, and the music video doesn't disappoint. Damon may frequently get bumped for time on the talk show, but his cameos are always appreciated.
If there's a drawback to getting this song stuck in our heads all over again, it's that we may not be cured of this ear worm by the time White House Down arrives in theaters. Something tells me we shouldn't expect to see any musical numbers amidst the action and explosions in Roland Emmerich's new film, which arrives in theaters June 28…
While there may not be any music numbers, and we might not see anyone Channing all over anyone's Tatum in White House Down, the movie sure does look exciting. We have a little more than a week to wait for that one. In the meantime, in case you haven't seen it, here's the original "Channing all over your Tatum" performance from Jimmy Kimmel Live.