Channing Tatum Turns Into Magic Mike For A Party At A Convenience Store

Bringing The Moves To The Weirdest Location

Channing Tatum surprised a fan turning a convenience store into a mini dance party. The actor dropped by a gas station in Statesville, North Carolina, and graced the fan in a unique way.

Tatum was in North Carolina promoting his new film ‘Logan Lucky,’ which premieres on August 18.

Bringing the moves to the gas station

Channing Tatum made a pit-stop at a gas station in North Carolina when he graced fan-cashier called Beatrice. Just after he bought some iced coffee and Reese’s.

The actor showed his best ‘Magic Mike‘ moves to Beatrice as they both joked and laughed on the surprise drop by.

Beatrice joked that Tatum was her manager after one customer failed to recognize the actor.

Beatrice joked: “We’re gonna party, just me and you.”

Keen to take her up on the offer Tatum replied: “We can just start the party right now in the store.”

The pair took the filtration to a new level. Beatrice turned up the music and put on a cap as she enjoyed her private party with the actor.

The video of the spontaneous meeting already has over 15 million views.

Tatum captioned it  “Nothin better than a little dance party. Thank you, Beatrice.”

Benefit screening to help children

Tatum is currently promoting his new film ‘Logan Lucky,’ which premieres on theatres on August 18.

The movie tells the story of two brothers, Jimmy, played by Tatum, and Clyde Logan played by Adam Driver, as they try to reverse a family curse. They set out to execute an elaborate robbery during the legendary Coca-Cola 600 race at the Charlotte Motor Speedway.

‘Logan Lucky’ marks the return of director Steven Soderbergh, with whom Tatum already worked in ‘Magic Mike.’

Tatum and Soderbergh walked the red carpet Wednesday evening at Regal Cinemas Pinnacle 18 in Turkey Creek for a benefit screening. All proceeds from the event went to Variety – The Children’s Charity of East Tennessee.

Regal Cinemas says the tickets sold out back in July. Hundreds of people flooded the theater in hopes to get a glimpse of the Hollywood royalty.

“Just giving back I think is just — I mean anything that we can do. You know there’s way harder things to do in life than to come out with some really really sweet people,” said Tatum at the event.

Regal announced the event raised nearly $600,000 for Variety, which helps kids in East Tennessee who are underprivileged, at risk or with special needs.

‘Logan Lucky’ also stars Daniel Craig, Adam Driver, Seth MacFarlane, Dwight Yoakam and Riley Keough.

Channing Tatum

Source:  Gears of Biz


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