Chris Evans Visits Seattle Children’s Hospital Dressed Up As Captain America

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Chris Evans may have bested Chris Pratt in their ultimate “Twitterbowl” bet last month, but as a sincere stand-up guy, Evans still played dress-up for a good cause.

Back in January, both actors accepted the terms to a Avengers/Guardians of the Galaxy face-off before the Super Bowl. Evans, a loyal Patriots fan, and Pratt, a Seahawks devotee, agreed that the loser would go to a children’s hospital of the winner’s choosing dressed in his respective Marvel costume. Just after the Patriots’ big win, however, they complied to visit hospitals in both Boston and Seattle.

Pratt and Evans visited Christopher’s Haven in Boston together on February 6, with Pratt dressed up as his Guardians of the Galaxy character, Star-Lord. On Saturday, a month later, the two actors set out to Seattle Children’s Hospital to see more young patients, this time Evans making good on his promise to don his Captain America gear.

Chris Evans himself tweeted just after his visit:

AMAZING day at @seattlechildren w @prattprattpratt. Met some TRUE super heroes! Feeling inspired, blessed, touched. Thank you w all my heart

— Chris Evans (@ChrisEvans) March 8, 2015

Pratt took to Facebook to share about his experience. “Had the immense joy yesterday of joining the real Captain America at Seattle Children’s Hospital. Thanks to Chris Evans for being a classy ‪#‎twitterbowl‬ winner,” he wrote.

Check out more photos from their visit:

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