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  • Chris Evans has joined Instagram and accepted the All In Challenge
  • Chris Evans invited his fans to a hang out with him and five other "Avengers" stars for the All In Challenge
  • Chris Evans' Instagram account was put on hold just hours after he created it

Chris Evans has joined the All In Challenge and invited his fans to a virtual hang out with him and five other “Avengers” stars.

The “Captain America” star is doing his part to contribute to the COVID-19 relief by joining the All In Challenge. Evans also joined Instagram to share his invite to his “Avengers” co-stars and fans.

According to Evans he was challenged by “Guardians of the Galaxy” star Chris Pratt. In response, he is encouraging his fans to donate to the All In Challenge, which helps organizations that feed people amid the pandemic. In return, they will have the chance to hang out with him virtually and five of his closest “Avengers” co-stars Robert Downey Jr., Mark Ruffalo, Chris Hemsworth, Jeremy Renner and Scarlett Johansson.

“We can do a private Q&A. You can ask us anything. We'll spill the beans. And then maybe some game,” Evans said in his video announcement.

Evans, Downey Jr., Ruffalo, Renner, Hemsworth and Johansson have been worked together in the “Avengers” movies. All of them were part of the first film, entitled “The Avengers,” which was released in 2012.

The “Iron Man” star is supportive of Evans’ call. “Well done #brother  and welcome to #Instagram,” Downey Jr. wrote.

“Maybe not ask us anything... #Spoilers,” Ruffalo, who plays The Hulk in the franchise, wrote.

“Yes its true,” Renner a.k.a Hawkeye chimed in.

After the video, Evans challenged other celebrities including Sebastian Stan to do the same. Stan plays the Winter Soldier in the “Avengers” movies.

Several celebrities have already joined the All In Challenge including Jennifer Aniston. The “Friends” alum encouraged her fans to donate and offered them the chance to join her and her co-stars when they tape their upcoming reunion special. The lucky fan can bring five friends along to share the experience.

Meanwhile, shortly after Evans joined Instagram, he was notified that his account was put on hold due to “unusual activity.”

“Woke up to a notification saying my new IG acct got put on hold due to unusual activity. Do I already regret this???” he wrote on Twitter.

In roughly 15 hours, Evans gained 1.4 million followers and it has grown to 2.5 million in two days.

“I think you got too much love too fast bro,” one commented after seeing Evans’ number of followers.