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Magic Mike XXL stars dance for LA Pride

Published 15/06/2015

Channing Tatum
Channing Tatum

Magic Mike XXL stars Channing Tatum, Matt Bomer and Adam Rodriguez showed off their sexy moves on a float in the LA Pride parade on Sunday.

Actors Channing Tatum, Matt Bomer and Adam Rodriguez boogied down on a float in the LA Pride parade on Sunday in an effort to promote their forthcoming male stripper film.

The stars’ appearance was a total surprise to many fans, as the publicity stunt’s announcement was made via The Hollywood Reporter just hours before the parade commenced.

Although none of the actors stripped down themselves, they were accompanied by several sizzling dancers who went shirtless as part of their routine.

In photos and videos posted online by members of the audience, Channing can be seen twerking on the float. But his castmate Matt was a little more subdued, instead choosing to bop just a little bit while perched on top of a black box.

Their Magic Mike XXL float was decked out in promotional insignia and it seems as if the marketing ploy was a huge hit with fans.

Instagram user lisachang101 wrote on her account attached to a picture of Channing dancing: “I can't even. Love @channingtatum even more. Brilliant marketing for @magicmikemovie but what fun. Not to mention I'm delighted I have these bandanas in stock right now. Sorry I missed it @thevickyvox 2 more weeks!!! #magicmikexxl 7/1/15 #lapride #gaypride #lapride45”.

Magic Mike XXL, which also stars Joe Manganiello, Jada Pinkett Smith, Amber Heard and Elizabeth Banks, will be released in American theatres on July 1.

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