Channing Tatum Faces His Biggest Fear On 'Ellen'

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Channing Tatum has played a tough guy in several films including White House Down and G.I. Joe: Retaliation, but the hunky actor still has some very bizarre fears.

While making an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Wednesday, September 10, Channing revealed what those fears are.

He first told Ellen that he would be scared to have to sing in a movie, and later shared his worst fear ... porcelain dolls!

“In real life, I’m terrified of porcelain dolls," Channing told Ellen.

Obviously intrigued, Ellen had to press him on the issue as to why he was scared of dolls, to which Channing explained, "There was a TV show, it was Friday the 13th, there was a possessed porcelain doll."

“I just think they’re really super freaky," the Magic Mike star added. "They have like real eyes and they look real. I just imagine when I walk by them, their heads turn with you the whole time.”

That is when he realized that DeGeneres had a mischievous look on her face. “Tell me you do not have a doll here,” Tatum said.

Of course that is what she had, and she made the former male model conquer his fear. Check out what happens in the video below: