Chris Evans may have taken to social media to show off the messy consequences of the haircut he attempted to give his dog, Dodger, but he claims he has done it before – and it does. went well.
Earlier this month, the Defend Jacob the star shared the image of her dog’s shaved new look, but explained how the incident really happened to Jimmy Fallon during an appearance on Tonight’s show Thursday evening.
“It’s a little unfortunate,” Fallon quipped to the actor in the viral photo, leaving the actor to defend himself. “I had already done it once just in my early forties. I just gave him a little haircut and it went really well, ”he explained, while later admitting that he might have become“ a little confident ”.
“It just exploded in my face,” Evans said of the second time he tried to cut his dog’s hair. However, Evans explained that the first time he cut his dog’s hair was after they had taken a walk and his dog was “exhausted”. “So it was straight and flat and you have to go with the hair. Don’t be against it, ”Evans advised Fallon.
But because the next time Evans tried to give his dog a haircut it was “first thing in the morning”, he realized that his dog “had more energy.” “He kept twisting his body,” Evans said, which ultimately led to him having the shaving accident. “He had no idea what was going on.”
Fallon later brought up another viral moment for Evans: his infamous Knives Out sweater. In the film, Evans’ character wears a white cable-knit sweater that caught the audience’s attention. Knives Out Costume designer Jenny Eagan said Hollywood journalist that the sweater worked perfectly for Evans’ character, Ransom, the spoiled grandson of famous book author Harlan (Christopher Plummer), as it helped pass on his privileges and wealth.
With the actor new to Instagram, Fallon asked if Evans would wear this sweater again for a photo given that it was such a “phenomenon.”
“I can’t wear it anymore. It’s a shame, ”Evans said of the iconic look. He went on to say that he wasn’t sure he could wear a cable-knit sweater without everyone rolling their eyes. “I don’t know if it works anymore.
“I love this sweater. I love these sweaters. I love twisted knits. This is my favorite part of the winter, ”said Evans.
Evans and Fallon then bonded by taking tap dance lessons. Watch their full interview below.
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