It might not seem like it, but celebrities are just like us. And recently, actor and producer Channing Tatum showed the world just that. After taking a much-needed break from social media, he came back with a bang by posting a series of snaps from his daddy-daughter playdate. Channing Tatum was spotted in Las Vegas having a relatable dad moment with his daughter, Everly. 

On Friday night, the 39-year old actor shared multiple photos to his Instagram story documenting the fun time he was having with his 6-year old daughter, Everly, who he shares with his ex-wife, Jenna Dewan. 

In the snaps, you can see them both playing various games around an arcade in Las Vegas. 

At one point, they started playing Mario Kart, with Tatum writing, "Look how excited I am!!!! Mario Kart boi!!!"

Like any daddy-daughter playdate, he let his daughter win the game whack-a-mole, "Game was rigged!! For real I lost and as you can see I was all in trying my heart out!!!" 

His daughter was dressed head-to-toe in pink with a colorful hair accessory, while he wore a Viking helmet. 

A Twitter user even went on to say that her aunt had a conversation with the actor without knowing who he actually was.

"My aunt went to Las Vegas this weekend & told me she had a full on conversation with Channing Tatum before she even realized who he was 🙃."

*As of now, we do not know the exact location of where the actor was playing arcade games at, but a twitter user tweeted an image with him on the same night, "One of the best bartenders in Vegas and Channing Tatum at one of the best neighborhood bars in Las Vegas!!"

It's safe to assume that Channing had an eventful Friday night hanging out with his daughter. It's definitely a relatable dad moment and it's nice to see that celebrities are just normal people. 

*This article has been updated. 

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