Channing Tatum, Jimmy Kimmel and Pink Tell Kids They Ate Their Halloween Candy
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"Dad, that's not funny," Tatum's daughter says during her priceless reaction.

It's that time of year again when Jimmy Kimmel asks his viewers to tell their kids they ate all of their Halloween candy, and Channing Tatum, P!nk and the late-night host himself all came out to play.

While Tatum was serving as Kimmel's guest host for the night, he was instructed to encourage more people to send in their videos so he figured it would only be fair if he participated as well.

"I'm sorry, but I ate all of your candy," Tatum told his daughter Everly. "I'm sorry. I just got so hungry."

As soon as she heard the devastating news, she buried her face into her mother's legs to hide her tears.

Tatum found his daughters tears so heartbreaking that he eventually came clean, but Everly didn't want to let him off easy.

"Dad, that's not funny," she said.

"You're right. That really was not funny. I'm so sorry baby. I hope you forgive me someday for that," Tatum said after the clip stopped rolling.

The next child tormentor was Tatum's guest P!NK, who tried to pull the same prank on her daughter Willow, but the little girl was too smart to fall for her parent's tricks about her treats.

"I don't believe you," she said as she threw the empty bag at her father.

Last, but not least, Kimmel tried to convince his own daughter that he ate all of her Halloween candy, but the three-year-old didn't seem to care since she still found a single Smarties.

"What? I still have one. Don't worry," she said.

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