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Channing Tatum and Jimmy Fallon perform scenes from Magic Mike, as written by kids

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Magic Mike XXL may not be the most family friendly film coming out this summer, so Channing Tatum and Jimmy Fallon decided to perform a few kid-appropriate versions with the help of some actual children.

EW cover star Tatum, appearing on The Tonight Show, performed in the latest iteration of “Kid Theater,” acting out scenes with Fallon from versions of the film Magic Mike. All of these scenes were written by elementary school children who only had one piece of information—the name of the movie, Magic Mike (no “XXL” is ever mentioned, presumably to prevent the children from thinking the movie is about buying properly fitting clothes).

Tatum and Fallon act out three versions of kid-approved Magic Mike, exploring such magical ideas as a magic bike pump, aliens, and a magic bird. Things get a little closer to R-rated than the kids probably planned, but, fortunately – or unfortunately depending on your viewpoint – at least no one takes off their shirt.

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Image Credit: Douglas Gorenstein/NBC