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Hey baby, '(I Wanna) Channing All Over Your Tatum' [Music video]

Warning: Watching "(I Wanna) Channing All Over Your Tatum" may result in Channing Tatum's name running through your mind all day long.

As if it weren't already, am I right?

Tatum and Jamie Foxx, who costar in the June 28 release "White House Down," on Tuesday rocked the house on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" in a music video celebrating the "Magic Mike" star's unique name. Also along for the ride, in addition to host Kimmel: Olivia Munn, Gabourey Sidibe and Miley Cyrus, that last of whom we come across flattened by a vending machine.

Even Matt Damon makes a cameo, flipping the bird to the camera and further cementing his long-running "feud" with Kimmel.

There's other history here too: What was released Tuesday was the official music video follow-up to Foxx's slow-jam celebration of Tatum's name on the Kimmel show after the Oscars in February. See video of that below.

So what does it mean to "Channing all over your Tatum"? Kimmel's not sure, but it's definitely not something you do with your mom, he learns. According to the man being celebrated, who notes that in the video "We all be singing out my name, making sexual moves," here's the truth: "Going Channing on the Tatum makes the babies be born." 

Well, that clarifies things.

Then again, Tatum is a proud new dad, so maybe he knows something we don't.

At any rate, check out the music video, above, and the original clip from February, below. And don't say we didn't warn you.

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