WATCH: Channing Tatum takes on Beyoncé herself and wins

Just when we thought Channing Tatum’s inner Elsa was everything this week, he goes and lives out all of our childhood dreams - lip-syncing with Beyoncé herself.

WATCH: Channing Tatum takes on Beyoncé herself and wins

Yes, the Magic Mike actor served us some Beyoncé realness during his head-to-head lip-sync battle with wife Jenna Dewan-Tatum.

First he donned the hair, makeup, costume, moves - the works.

Then he invited Beyonce herself on stage to lip-sync to her own track, 'Who Runs The World?'.

And of course accompanied by a perfectly choreographed routine.

In short, Jenna’s reaction says it all.

Who runs the world? Channing Tatum, obviously.

Sorry, there’s just something in our eye.

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