Channing Tatum Brought His Daughter Everly to an Anime Premiere Like the A+ Dad He Is

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Channing Tatum is known for his abs, his dancing skills, and for being a full daughter guy (better than girl dad, right?). His special relationship with his daughter Everly inspired him to write a series of picture books, and he just took her as his red-carpet date to an anime movie premiere in New York City.

To be honest, I have no idea what Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba—To the Hashira Training is about, but I know that Tatum ain't in it. So there's really only one reason he'd go to the premiere: Everly's a fan.

Like, look at their red-carpet pics. This is a girl who got tickets to a cool thing because her dad is a celeb, and frankly, it's what we love to see. That's A-plus dadding right there. Use your fame to indulge your daughter's hobbies or why even be famous?

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World Tour Premiere Of Aniplex Of America And Crunchyroll's "Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba - To The Hashira Training-"

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They matched their outfits to the characters! Slay!

If you're not fully convinced of the Magic Mike star's fatherhood skills, watch this video of him setting up an adorable sparkle fort just to make Everly happy. I want one of those in my backyard, and I'm an “adult” who “pays” her “taxes.”

Channing Tatum shares Everly with his ex-wife Jenna Dewan. He is currently engaged to Zoë Kravitz; they reportedly first linked up on the set of Kravitz's directorial debut, Blink Twice, f.k.a. Pussy Island.

And yes, someday he will explain to Everly that he's so good in Magic Mike because he has actual stage experience. “When she's old enough to watch [the Magic Mike movies], we'll have that conversation,” he said last year. “There's no version of me not having the conversation of ‘Dad didn't just do them in movies; I was an actual stripper,’ so I'm not gonna lie to her.”

Sorry, it all just makes him cooler!

Originally Appeared on Glamour