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Channing Tatum Just Found Out That Astrology Is Real And It's So Relatable

"I don't know if anybody should know this stuff"

Channing Tatum has discovered the astrology-powered app The Pattern, and his reaction to the results he's getting is actually super relatable. Don't we all remember when we first found out the stars actually told truths?

"I need some answers, okay, because I don't know if I'm late to this, but, what is this Pattern shit?" the actor says, sounding completely freaked out. He looks right at the camera, sounding like he's talking straight at the app, and you can see the *fear* in his eyes.

"How do you know what you know about me, Pattern?" he asks before demanding that the people who made or run the app DM him "right now." "I don't even know if I want to know this stuff," he says, dramatically, in a shout-whisper. "I don't know if anybody should know this stuff."

He seems convinced that the app is listening to his conversations, maybe even reading his mind. In an anecdote that turned into a plug for therapy—"Yeah, I'm in therapy. Whatever. Everybody should be in therapy!"—Tatum reveals that the "exact words" that he and his therapist used during a session popped up in a notification from The Pattern the next day: "Are you just listening through my phone and then regurgitating the stuff that I'm afraid of?"

To be honest, this sounds a little (okay, a lot) like how I sounded after I discovered astrology, downloaded Co-Star, and got notifications for a few days. Finding out that your date, time, and location of birth can tell you quite a few things about yourself can be off-putting for first-timers.

Watch the full video, below.