“Things happen, it’s embarrassing, you’ve got to roll with the punches.”

Chris Evans addresses viral Instagram story in new interview on @TamronHallShow:“Things happen, it’s embarrassing, you got to roll with the punches” pic.twitter.com/qD1pYBP4uG— Pop Crave (@PopCrave) September 15, 2020

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Tags: “That’s called turning a frown upside down, Tamron,” he adds, superpowered charisma radiating through the Zoom call. Go check right now to make sure you’re registered to vote. In a short clip from his interview, Evans shrugs off the mistake. His Avengers: Endgame co-star Mark Ruffalo subsequently attempted to reassure him on Twitter that it wasn’t so bad, pointing out that nothing could be more embarrassing than the Trump presidency, which, okay, sure, but the internet is billions of people. Do it for Chris Evans, and the last 48 harrowing hours of his life. But Tamron presses a little more, even shutting down Evans’s business partner, Mark Kassen, when he tries to deflect. It wasn’t until Monday evening that Evans himself acknowledged the pic, or the mini-social media meltdown it caused. If he has to acknowledge it at all, the Knives Out actor clearly reasoned, might as well use the NSFW image to draw attention to a much more pressing issue. It was supereffective. Now that I have your attention🤦🏻‍♂️🤷🏻‍♂️….VOTE Nov 3rd!!!— Chris Evans (@ChrisEvans) September 15, 2020

Update, Tuesday, September 15, at 2 p.m.: Trying his best to address the situation without addressing the situation, Chris Evans went on Tamron Hall and smiled his way out of her line of questioning. You heard the man! “Something happen this weekend?” He used charm. Photo: Vera Anderson/WireImage

Over the weekend, Chris Evans lived every Instagram user’s worst nightmare, by accidentally sharing a glimpse of his camera roll to his followers, revealing, among other images, a photo of a penis. “Now the I have your attention … Vote Nov 3rd!!!”, Evans tweeted. They’re actually here to talk about their new platform, a Starting Point, which connects elected officials to their constituents, but first … “Look, it was a very interesting weekend full of lessons learned, a lot of teachable moments,” he offered.