Chris Evans has proven yet again that he’s a superhero in real life. When Piers Morgan publicly ridiculed Daniel Craig for wearing a baby carrier, Captain America is not having it. He came to the actor’s defense and slammed the “The Good Morning Britain” anchor for his insensitive comments.
Morgan tweeted a picture on Oct. 15 of the “James Bond” star carrying his baby in a baby carrier. The controversial TV host believes that there’s a manly way to be a father than wearing the carrier, but many begged to differ, including Evans.
Craig welcomed his first child with wife Rachel Weisz in August. He was spotted carrying their daughter Ella in a baby carrier while out in New York City.
While many were impressed with the actor for doing his daddy duties, Morgan wasn’t very impressed. In fact, he had some choice words to say about Craig for the way he carried his newly born child.
“Oh 007 .. Not you as well?!!!” Morgan tweeted, along with the hashtag #emasculatedBond and #papoose, which is British slang for child carrier.
Disgusted at the tweet, hundreds of proud dads replied to Morgan with photos of themselves with their babies in slings.
Chris Evans may not be a father yet, but he proved that one doesn’t have to be a dad to see how wrong Morgan’s tweet was. He posted a tweet of his own, noting that criticizing Craig’s manhood actually said more about Morgan than it said about Craig.
“You really have to be so uncertain of your own masculinity to concern yourself with how another man carries his child. Any man who wastes time quantifying masculinity is terrified on the inside.”
You really have to be so uncertain of your own masculinity to concern yourself with how another man carries his child. Any man who wastes time quantifying masculinity is terrified on the inside. https://t.co/9jsHZ3WKRn
— Chris Evans (@ChrisEvans) October 16, 2018
Evans’ “Avengers” co-star Don Cheadle retweeted his response, as well as writing a tweet of his own. “Who hurt you, piers,” he said.
Morgan, unsurprisingly, remains unconvinced and has continued his tirade against the “emasculating” papoose.
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Soldiers Singing ‘Amazing Grace’ Will Give You Chills
By far the best version, left me in in tears…
Soldiers are already taking on an important task in protecting the country. However, some of the members of the US Army 82nd Airborne Division are providing a different kind of inspiration. The men and women have inspired people with their stirring rendition of "Amazing Grace".
The video shows the soldiers practicing their performance of "Amazing Grace" in their barracks. The group is led by a young soldier with a voice that can give anyone the goosebumps. However, the acapella performance gets even better when the rest of the group joins in.
This soldier and his group will stun you with their amazing singing.
After Two Bone Marrow Transplants, This Amazing Baby Made The Internet Smile
This young hero is winning those heroic battles!
It's a beautiful moment of a little girl with strength beyond her years, not willing to give up. 4-year-old Leah Carroll was diagnosed with Severe Congenital neutropenia, a rare blood disorder which makes her prone to infections.
She has already had two bone marrow transplants and has dealt with many health complications, and has spent nearly a year in the hospital but still manages to keep up a positive attitude and a joy for life and music!
Young Boy Singing Ed Sheeran Song Has Whole School Cheering
This young boy could be the next Ed Sheeran before we know it.
Most of today's young singers started out by showing off their skills in school. Not surprisingly, a talented young boy decided to show off his singing prowess at a talent show in school. His cover of the Ed Sheeran song "Thinking Out Loud" immediately had the whole school cheering for him.
A school talent show can be a nerve-wracking experience for most children. Although 15-year-old Payton Kemp initially appeared nervous as his name was announced, the young boy carefully placed his sheet music on a small piano. When he began to play the Ed Sheeran song, the entire school couldn't help but applaud for his performance.
This young boy will astound you with his cover of the Ed Sheeran track, 'Thinking Out Loud'.