​Chris Pratt and Chris Evans visit 'true superheroes’ at children’s hospital

Captain America actor Chris Evans and Guardians of the Galaxy star Chris Pratt met with some “true superheroes” over the weekend at the Seattle Children’s Hospital. The visit was part of a Super Bowl bet between the two actors that ended in a win for everyone – especially for the young fans who got to meet their idols.

The bet, which was broadcast over Twitter in a series of competitive messages, went like this: If Chris Pratt’s team, the Seattle Sehawks, won the Super Bowl, then Chris Evans would have to visit the hospital dressed up as Captain America.

But, if Chris Evans’ team, the New England Patriots, came out on top, Chris Pratt would have to visit Boston’s Chidren’s Hospital dressed as the Star-Lord while wearing Tom Brady’s jersey.

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Of course, the Patriots were victorious and Chris Evans made good on his word, visiting the Boston Children’s hospital in February. Chris Pratt, too, joined in on the fun and donned his Captain America outfit for the event.

But even though the Patriots had won, both Chrises visited both hospitals anyway, paying a visit to Seattle’s Children’s Hospital on Saturday (March 7).

"Meeting Captain America and Star-Lord is an experience our patients will always remember," Seattle Children's Hospital wrote in a tweet. "The kids were beyond excited to meet Captain America and Star-Lord."

The experience had a profound impact on Chris Evans too, who later tweeted: “AMAZING day at @seattlechildren w @prattprattpratt. Met some TRUE super heroes! Feeling inspired, blessed, touched. Thank you w all my heart.”

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