Channing Tatum gave a grateful acceptance speech Sunday night while accepting a special honor at the MTV Movie Awards.
The actor received this year's Trailblazer Award during the annual ceremony. He's the first male star to get the honor -- it previously went to Emma Stone and Emma Watson.
Tatum, 33, was presented with the award by his "Jupiter Ascending" co-star Mila Kunis and his "22 Jump Street" co-star Jonah Hill, who called the actor "one of the funniest people I've ever met in my life."
Hill also joked a bit at Tatum's expense: "Who's been more of a trailblazer than Chan? Think about the idea of a trailblazer -- a super good-looking guy who becomes the lead in movies. That is an amazing trail-blaze!"
Tatum admitted he thought he was being punked when he found out he would get the award.
"I'm not really sure what I did to deserve this. It's weird because 10 years ago I was sitting in front of my TV watching the show just like people at home right now, and I didn't have the faintest thought that I could actually be up here talking to y'all," he told the crowd. "I had no idea if I'd be good at anything, much less acting, and when I think about what's gotten me from there to here, it has to do with you guys. And I thank you so much for everything."