Channing Tatum and Joey King, who plays his daughter in the new movie "White House Down," sat down with Josh Elliott and Lara Spencer on "Good Morning America" to discuss the film and their energy was palpable.
"You guys have so much fun together," Spencer noted.
"She's just like my little buddy," new dad Tatum explained. "When my daughter grows up, I hope she's half the girl that she is. I love her."
King said Tatum "did a great job" in his first on-screen role as a father. "He was so fun and playful. I'm so happy for him and Jenna [Dewan-Tatum] for little Everly," she said. "She's very lucky to have parents like [them]. He's gonna make a great dad."
Though Tatum and King were reluctant to reveal their no-longer secret "Channshake," after doing some stretching, they performed the entire 45-second routine, complete with the robot, the Carlton, jazz hands, faux-fighting, beat boxing, chest bumping, booty shaking and much, much more.
"You guys are up next," Tatum told the "GMA" co-hosts when they were through. "It's really funny -- that's exactly how Lara and I say hello every morning," Elliott joked.
"Good Morning America" airs weekdays from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. ET on ABC.
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