Channing Tatum Saved The Rain Forest By Giving Elton John A Lap Dance

Last month, we gave you environmentalists the heads up that the Rainforest Foundation, created and run by Sting and his wife, would be hosting its biannual fundraising concert at Carnegie Hall, with the theme “Songs from the Silver Screen”. The latest event took place on Tuesday, as Meryl Streep, Elton John, Tom Hanks, James Taylor and a gaggle of other A-listers took the stage for this important cause. But the one name that raised our partially shaved eyebrow the most was our boy, Channing Tatum.
But it turns out that C-Tates’ presence was totally justified, as he and his wife, Jenna Dewan Tatum, performed a seductive dance during Bryn Terfel’s operatic performance. They may have been there for the rainforests, but I like to think Tatum saved the rec centers… of their hearts. Especially when Tatum surprised Elton John during one of his performances.

Channing, who wore a black vest and a matching hat and pants, was grinding and bumping with Sir Elton while the 65-year-old music vet was delivering single “Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend”. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, who also donned an all-black attire, jokingly said, “It has become a custom at these shows for me to humiliate myself.” (Via Ace Show Biz)

Humiliate? How is having the hardest twerkin’, workin’, lay it down flip it and reversin’ man in S-to-the-H-O-Double-Dizzle B1ZZNA$TEE grinding on you humiliating? I’d say that’s a gosh-darned honor.
Regardless, our brother from another mother put on a hell of a show Tuesday night and we gots us some hella tight photos for u 2 peep.

(Images via Getty and Reuters)