Chris Evans Told His Mom When He Lost His Virginity

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Just in case you didn’t already rank Chris Evans amongst the most eligible bachelors in Hollywood, we have news for you: he really, really loves his mom.

On Late Night with Seth Meyers Thursday, the Captain America star admitted that he was a bit of a crybaby in his youth. “I cried a lot, I really did. I cried first day of school; I cried first day of camp.” (And it was day camp!)

Spending time away from the fam was difficult for lil’ Chris, who has always felt a strong bond with his parents.

“My whole family, we’re very open about a lot of things,” Evans told the Late Night host. “They felt like friends,” he said of his mom and dad.

Like a true friend, Evans told his mom (whom he calls “a really cool woman”) when he lost his virginity. “I raced home and I said, ‘I did it! I don’t know what I was doing, but I think I did it!’” he shared.

"'And I didn’t cry!'" Meyers added in jest.

“Oh, no. I cried. I didn’t say that,” Evans clarified.

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We’re not sure whether he’s joking, but here’s one thing we can say with certainty: This mama’s boy has stolen our hearts.

SHOW TRANSCRIPT

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