Channing Tatum pulls a "Magic Mike" in a North Carolina gas station

Channing Tatum pulls a

A Facebook video of actor Channing Tatum dancing with a Statesville, N.C., convenience store clerk has gone viral, with 11 million views and almost 90,000 shares since Tuesday.

The video shows the "Magic Mike" actor entertaining and interviewing clerks at the Sunoco Gas Station at 1237 W. Front St.in Statesville. In short order, the music in the store was turned up and Tatum's "Magic Mike" dance moves were on display. When he said he was driving across the country, she joked that she could've gone with him. He bantered with the cashier and later danced with her to the tune of Nas' "If I Ruled The World".

"Yeah, we can party - just me and you!" quick-witted Beatrice responds.

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When Tatum tells the clerk he is heading on to Asheville, she suggests he could stay, and he asks if there is a party.

Tatum is now out promoting his upcoming film Logan Lucky, co-starring Daniel Craig, Adam Driver, Seth McFarlane and Riley Keough.

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