Channing Tatum dances with cashier at gas station

STATESVILLE, N.C. — Channing Tatum has hosted an impromptu dance party in a convenience store at a North Carolina gas station.

The "Magic Mike" star stopped by the Sunoco in the town of Statesville on Tuesday night for some coffee and a candy bar. He bantered with the cashier and later danced with her to the tune of Nas' "If I Ruled The World." Tatum joked with some puzzled customers that he was the store manager. He took time to snap a photo with a fan.

The episode was streamed to Tatum's fans via Facebook Live .

Tatum is promoting his upcoming film, "Logan Lucky," which centers on a heist at a North Carolina NASCAR race.

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