In the interview, not only did she delve into what triggered her depression (seeing herself in She's The Man), but she also kinda claimed that she made Channing Tatum famous.
Yeah, she did a Kanye.
"I totally fought for Channing [to get cast in] that movie because he wasn't famous yet," she said. "He'd just done a Mountain Dew commercial and I was like, 'This guy's a star, every girl will love him!' But [the producers] were like, 'He's so much older than all of you!' And I was like, 'It doesn't matter! Trust me!'"
But if you think Channing is offended by this comment, think again!
Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, Channing had nothing but praise for Amanda and what she had to say about launching his career.
"I love her," he said. "I guess she sort of told me [that she fought to get me in the movie]. I love her.
"I'm so happy she's killing it again and just back on the right. She's so talented and so special. She's been doing it...I mean, I think it's so impossible when you start at such a young age to keep perspective. It's tough," he said.
And for anyone who has no idea what She's The Man is, it's basically one of the best movies of all time, mainly due to Amanda's performance in it.
"She was just so alive," Channing said. "You never knew what was going to come out her mouth, she was just on fire...I haven't seen her in so long. I love you, Amanda, and I hope you're doing well."
We can't handle this.