Hollywood superstar Chris Evans took social media by storm last Saturday after a private photo in his phone gallery appeared on preview accidentally while he was playing "Heads Up" with his Instagram followers. The preview appeared when he was set to post a video on his Instagram story when the private nude picture caught fans' attention, who immediately took screenshots and it went viral on social media. The 39-year-old actor later deleted the story, but it was too late as it blew all over, which had led to a wide range of reactions since then. 

Chris Evans has since then embraced the embarrassing situation and in a sporting manner with a sense of humor in a tweet. The actor decided to make the best use of the mishap and drew attention to the 2020 US Presidential election by tweeting to his followers saying, "Now that I have your attention….VOTE Nov 3rd!!!". Evans, who is best known for portraying the superhero character Captain America aka. Steve Rogers in nearly a dozen Marvel movies, asked people to vote in the forthcoming elections in the United States on November 3, while also adding emojis of a man facepalming and a man shrugging in the tweet, which since being posted has gone on to receive over a million likes and 1.72 lakh retweets. 

The Avengers star recently spoke about the unfortunate incident and said, "Something happened this weekend? It’s called turning the frown upside down…It has been an interesting weekend, full of lessons learnt. Things happen, it is embarrassing, you gotta roll with the punches. I will say I have some pretty fantastic fans who really came to my support. That was really, really nice." 

Many on social media have praised the actor's latest move to use the cheeky approach to drive home the message of informing the people to go vote despite the incident turning out to be an embarrassing one. Below are reactions to Chris Evans' tweet: 

After the staggering box office success of Avengers: Endgame, Chris Evans was seen in Knives Out last year. He was recently announced to have been cast in Netflix's $200 million film, The Gray Man. Billed to be an action thriller, The Gray Man will see Chris Evans sharing screen space with Ryan Gosling, with Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Captain America: Civil War, Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame director duo Russo brothers, Joe and Anthony Russo directing.