Forget "Magic Mike" — take out your dollar bills for "Magic Michelle."
Ellen DeGeneres hilariously spoofed the Channing Tatum steamy film with a female-led parody, which even included a cameo by talk show queen, Oprah Winfrey.
"Magic Mike was a huge, huge hit — I mean so big that they're doing an all-female reboot because, you know, they're doing that with everything," DeGeneres explained in a teaser clip for her show.
"They did the Ghostbusters and Ocean's Eleven and thanks to Channing, I get to show you the exclusive sneak peek. Here it is," she continued.
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The funny video brought together actress Olivia Munn, model Chrissy Teigen and even Tatum's wife, Jenna Dewan Tatum, as the worst possible strippers.
First up was Munn as dancer HoneyDew, decked out in larger-than life heels and a possibly even larger push-up bra.
"You look thirsty," Munn says carrying a tray of beverages.
Predictably, she then drops the tray.
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"You still look thirsty," she adds.
She's followed by Teigen horrifically sliding down a pole as Linda Peterson and Dewan Tatum, donning a schoolgirl uniform as dancer, Peppermint.
"They've got all the right moves, and a two-star rating on Yelp," the video's narrator proclaims.
Next up was DeGeneres, who epically failed in delivering some sexual moves in her bizarre plumber outfit and prosthetic big breasts as magical Michelle.
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"Nobody gets your engine running like Magic Michelle" the narrator continued.
Winfrey's big reveal came in the video's last few seconds as she joined the women and ripped off her gray cardigan.
The 62-year-old's head— superimposed on a dancer's body — strutted her stuff in a revealing bodysuit.
"The Ellen DeGeneres" show returns for season 14 on Tuesday, with guest appearances from Winfrey, gymnast Simone Biles and Tatum — who will give viewers a sneak peek of the upcoming Las Vegas show, "Magic Mike Live."Send a Letter to the Editor