Channing Tatum Dances On 'Magic Mike XXL' Float At L.A. Gay Pride Parade –– 10 Photos Of Sexy A-Lister Promoting Upcoming Film
Magic Mike XXL star Channing Tatum took film promotion to a new level in West Hollywood Sunday, dancing on a float for L.A.'s Pride Parade in support of the gay community.
Channing Tatum and Magic Mike XXL co-star Matt Bomer (who is openly gay) promote their up-and-coming summer sequel on a float on Santa Monica Boulevard.
The Alabama-born actor showed off his dance moves -- including twerking -- to Ginuwine's sexy song "Pony" on the float, which was decorated with disco balls.
The model-turned-actor wore rainbow-colored wristbands and a bandana to top off the summertime ensemble of a white t-shirt, olive cargo shorts and black sneakers.
Bomer, who reprises his role of Ken in the upcoming comedy, was flanked by a trio of shirtless dancers during the slow ride around the City of Angels.
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The 21 Jump Street star was a favorite among attendees, who snapped photos of the A-lister as he got his groove on.
The 35-year-old hunk stars alongside Bomer, Amber Heard, Joe Manganiello and Jada Pinkett Smith in the Gregory Jacobs-directed film.
"Sincerely, I only judge people on the way they are in their heart and that's all," the agile White House Down actor told Entertainment Tonight during the event.
The Jupiter Ascending star told the show he, Bomer and co-star Adam Rodriguez just happened to be at the parade when they noticed the huge promotional vehicle and decided to hop on.
The father-of-one said, "We didn't know there was going to be a float so we were just like 'Time out! There's a float?' We were like, 'Alright, that's it.'"
The sequel to 2012's $114 million smash hit, Magic Mike XXL hits theaters June 30.