After seeing the midnight showing of Magic Mike last night, I went to sleep with visions of Tatum dancing in my mind. So it's with great pleasure and amusement that I share this video from Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, which has Tatum showing off his moves in a pretty drastically different context. And liberal use of the word "Ew" is featured.
Magic Mike gets two thumbs up for me, not only are Tatum's moves easily worth the cost of a movie ticket, but the Steven Soderbergh film actually tells an interesting story and finds a nice balance between that and sexy dancing men. In anticipation of the film, Jimmy Fallon revived his blonde and oft-irritated female character "Sara" for an "Ew" segment on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. He was joined by special guest star Channing Tatum, who got all dressed up for the skit. They discuss things that are "ew." Here it is (via gawker).
Ew's supposed to mean gross, right? Or has the definition of that sound been expanded recently?
It's times like these when Fallon's Saturday Night Live experience comes in handy. (On a related note, I'm having Gap-Girls flashbacks.) And Tatum's dance experience also proved to be useful for the sketch, though I think it's much better demonstrated in Magic Mike. Go see it! And read Katey's (very positive) review of it here.
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