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BOSTON — Chris Pratt followed through with a Super Bowl bet he lost by donning his Star-Lord suit Friday while visiting Christopher's Haven, a support center for kids with cancer.
The “Guardians of the Galaxy” star is an avid Seattle Seahawks fan and bet“Captain America” star Chris Evans that if the Seahawks beat the New England Patriots, Evans would have to visit the Seattle Children’s Hospital in his Captain America suit, waving the 12th man flag.
Evans agreed on the condition that if the Patriots won, Pratt would visit Christopher’s Haven wearing a Tom Brady jersey.
The two superheroes ended up donating $12,000 for Christopher’s Haven and $15,000 for Seattle Children’s Hospital. Both Pratt and Evans presented the money at Christopher’s Haven, according to Washington Post.