Earning rave reviews for his acting in "Foxcatcher," Channing Tatum dug deep on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" to deliver another profound performance: imitating his baby daughter's "poop face."
While bonding with Kimmel over the joys of raising a baby girl, Tatum praised the bowel-movement expressions of his 1½-year-old daughter, Everly, whom he had with his wife, fellow actor Jenna Dewan Tatum.
"[My] favorite thing about babies is they all have these different poop faces," Tatum said on Monday night's episode.
Rolling his tongue forward and closing his eyes, the "Jupiter Ascending" star channeled Everly's intense technique. "I can't ever help but think that it reminds me of Marlon Brando in 'The Godfather,' when he dies," Tatum added with a laugh.
Kimmel's 6-month-old daughter, Jane, takes a different approach. "It's almost animalistic," Kimmel said, offering a gentle grunt for illustrative purposes. "There's a growl."
The host took another moment to reflect on babies' quirky tendencies, recalling a drive he took with his wife, "Jimmy Kimmel Live" co-head writer Molly McNearney.
"We were driving yesterday, and my wife said, 'There's another human being [pooping] in our car right now,'" Kimmel said. "And it is weird, when you think about it."
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