Channing Tatum Addresses Side Effects of New Music Career; Makes Out With a Bird on 'Kimmel' (Video)

Greg Gilman
The Wrap

Channing Tatum stopped by "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on Wednesday night and revealed a very serious problem: He can't stop singing about himself.

"I'm so afraid that people are going to think I'm such an ego maniac because I walk around singing my own name," Tatum told Kimmel as they discussed their recent musical collaboration with Jamie Foxx, "Channing All Over Your Tatum."

See video: Jimmy Kimmel Wants 'To Channing All Over Your Tatum,' Whatever That Means

The "White House Down" star should be afraid of PETA, too. He's seen licking and kissing a dove in outtakes of the music video Kimmel aired during the interview.

It was all in good fun, though. Or was it?

Check out the actor Channing all over a bird, below, followed by the rest of the interview:

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