As Lizzie McGuire cheerfully sang out over a decade ago: this is what dreams are made of!
In a moment of sheer bliss crafted by late-night host and dream granter Jimmy Kimmel, Channing Tatum gave one woman the night of her life when she was pulled off the street—luggage in tow—to have her night with the film phenom.
Unbeknownst to her, Jennifer was about to be full-on seduced by the Hail, Caesar! star, complete with Valentine's Day heart candies and mood lighting. The whole scene was almost too hot for the student—or us—to handle. We're seriously already blushing and it's only 8 a.m.
Per instruction from the Jimmy Kimmel Live! host, Tatum was to hand-feed the classic candies to Jennifer while whispering their captions in her ear.
If there's one thing we know to be absolutely true, it's that Tatum can summon tears of joy from a woman just from uttering the word "Hey." Tissue, please!
Unfortunately, the star admitted he hasn't always been this smooth.
When asked about his worst audition to date, the longtime actor reminisced about his most awkward encounter for the 2006 film Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift.
"I stopped in the middle of the audition," he told Kimmel later on the couch. "I blocked it out mainly, so I don't remember the specifics. I think it was a combination of probably me being just bad, not remembering the lines, like totally freaked out, probably sweating a lot."
For the producers, the feeling was quite mutual.
"They didn't even try to stop me—they were like. 'Alright, it's probably a good idea,'" Tatum added.
Judging by his stream of silver screen hits and personal charm, Tatum has certainly pulled it all together.