A normal day at a Sunoco gas station in Statesville, North Carolina, quickly turned into a party when Channing Tatum showed up.
The episode was streamed to Tatum's fans via Facebook Live.
The video has more than 450,000 likes, 100,000 shares, and 12 million views. "We can just turn up the music, we'll get it going", Tatum responded like a true gentlemen, all the while showing off his Step Up-style dance moves.
Beatrice, as she introduced herself, joked around and chatted it up with Tatum.
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But there's always something fun happening at the Sunoco station, she said.
After a couple minutes this banter, the two then started an impromptu dance party, grooving to Nas and Lauryn Hill's 1996 hit "If I Ruled the World (Imagine That)".
Tatum explains in the video that he is driving across the country and he's headed to Asheville.