Pratt, Evans follow up on Super Bowl bet, visit kids with cancer

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BOSTON, Mass. – Hollywood actors Chris Evans and Chris Pratt made a Super Bowl  bet, which was later named #TwitterBowl, on Jan. 21, that was really a win-win for society.

The stakes of the bet were this: If the Seahawks won, Evans had to visit patients at a children’s hospital in Seattle as Captain America while waving the 12th man flag. And if the Patriots earned the victory, Pratt would show up to Christopher Haven, the actor’s charity for kids with cancer, in a Tom Brady jersey.

Well we all know how the Super Bowl ended, so Chris Pratt held up his end of the deal and made a trip to visit kids at Christopher Haven in Boston.

Pratt showed up dressed as Star Lord from “Guardians of the Galaxy,” and eventually ended up in the Brady jersey he agreed to wear.

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