Carly Fleischmann is not your typical interviewer. For starters, she doesn't speak. Fleischmann has autism and is nonverbal, which means that for the full five minutes she spends interviewing Channing Tatum in the inaugural episode of her new web series, Speechless with Carly Fleishmann, she's using one finger to type out her portion of the conversation.
With or without Fleischmann's voice, viewers are sure to find themselves hanging on her every word. To open, Fleischmann innocently introduces Tatum. "He has been a stripper, a police officer, a secret agent, a reporter, a boyfriend to many, and soon he will dump his wife to be with me," she says. "I welcome Channing Tatum."
Fleischmann proceeds to grill Tatum on how many women used to take him home in his stripper heyday and who he'd ban his three-year-old daughter from dating in Hollywood. A woman of the people, she demanded an answer to the million dollar question: Is it hard to be so good looking?
By the end, it's obvious they've become such fast friends that Tatum plants not one, but four kisses on her. It's all so good.
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