June 19th, 2013
01:15 PM ET
What started out as a fun post-Oscars gag on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" has turned into an equally hilarious music video.
During Tuesday's show, Kimmel unveiled the star-filled clip for "(I Wanna) Channing All Over Your Tatum," an overtly suggestive visual accompaniment to the song that Jamie Foxx and Channing Tatum first debuted on "Kimmel" in February.
Here's a sample lyric: "Our love is so dramatic/she likes to sing into my mike because she knows my mike is 'Magic.'"
Oh, it gets better.
With an assist from Miley Cyrus, Gabourey Sidibe and Olivia Munn, the video includes all of the usual clichés: close-ups of girls in bikinis; Tatum and Foxx wearing improbably white suits on the beach; and plenty of alcohol bottles to "pop." Instead of 2 Chainz, we get Foxx's rapping alter-ego, "4 Chainz."
Kimmel also makes an appearance in the racy video, swearing innocence as to what he's really singing about.
Check out the clip (which has strong language) below:
When not creating spoof clips that could rival something from Lonely Island, Tatum's preparing to release his action thriller with Foxx, "White House Down," on June 28 - and sharing adorable photos of his newborn baby girl, Everly.
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