Channing Tatum could not stop dancing in LA’s Pride parade

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Channing Tatum just could not stop himself from dancing this weekend. And we are not complaining.

The Magic Mike XXL actor and co-star Matt Bomer were at L.A’s Pride festival this weekend and jumped at the chance to twerk on top of one of the festival’s floats at the parade.

The 35-year-old dancing heart throb joined a posse of scantily clad buff men on the float to dance the afternoon away. The float itself was Magic Mike themed and even included a set of disco balls.

Wearing a plain white t-shirt and rocking a rainbow bandana Channing busted out some of his trademark killer moves to a track from the 2012 Magic Mike soundtrack… and some Nineties tunes.

For the next installment in the Magic Mike universe Channing has taken on the role of producer and screenwriter as well as acting in the sequel.

When speaking about the project Channing has called it “a stripper odyssey”. The film is set to be released on 31 July and also stars Matthew McConaughey, Joe Manganiello and Alex Pettyfer. It's also bound to include plenty of other shirtless men if we judge it by the trailer.

The end of July might seem pretty far away right now, and while we may not have been able to catch a glimpse of the hot guys dancing in person, Instagram and Twitter users were on top of things for us, recording the Channing’s dance moves from every angle.

And he did a lot of dancing. He just couldn’t stop dancing it seems.

 

Um so this just happened #MagicMikeintheFlesh @channingtatum Best. Day. Ever. #MagicMikeXXL #GayPride2015

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Go forth and enjoy! Fair warning though: that white t-shirt stays firmly in place. 

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