Twitter can’t get enough of Chris Evans’ chest tattoos

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In case you’ve forgotten, Chris Evans is totally covered in tattoos.

And the Marvel hunk, 39, sent his fans into a frenzy during a Zoom interview on Tuesday, offering a rare glimpse at his inked-up chest.

Dressed in an unbuttoned shirt over a white tank, the actor was joined by his brother Scott Evans for the conversation with ACE Universe’s Angélique Roché, which covered topics ranging from the siblings’ childhood memories to life during the COVID-19 pandemic.

But, for Twitter, it was Captain America’s peekaboo tats that stole the show.

“Good morning to Chris Evans’ chest tattoos, and Chris Evans’ chest tattoos only,” one person wrote, while another added, “Chris Evans in this outfit is why I woke up today.”

“I just found out chris evans has chest tattoos ….yall probably won’t be hearing from me for a while,” a third joked.

The two designs that were (barely) visible in the video include the Eckhart Tolle quote inked on the upper left side of his chest, which reads, “When you lose touch with inner stillness, you lose touch with yourself. When you lose touch with yourself, you lose yourself in the world.”

The top portion of Evans’ eagle tattoo on the right side of his torso could also be glimpsed.



Evans has a number of other designs on his body, among them an Avengers logo (which most of the rest of the cast have as well) and a tribute to his beloved dog, Dodger.

Those less in tune with the actor’s every move would be forgiven for forgetting about his body art, as he rarely shows it off. When Evans posted an Instagram video while doing a backflip into his pool in October, his visible tattoos similarly went viral.

The “Knives Out” actor has addressed his collection of ink in the past.

“I really like tattoos but the problem is, when you wear a short-sleeve shirt in a movie, that’s an extra hour in the makeup chair. So, it’s not worth it,” he said during a “Hot Hits Live From LA” interview in 2014. “I’m all for tattoos, but just somewhere they can be hidden.”

The internet would clearly disagree.

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