Chris Evans will read a story on Father’s Day [BBC ]
On Father’s Day, Chris’ soothing voice will recite Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site on the CBeebies Bedtime Stories segment.
The story – written by Sherri Duskey Rinker – is about five massive vehicles getting ready for bed and to say night to their pals.
The Hollywood superstar proved a smash hit when he has appeared on the bedtime show in May.
Last time, the Captain America star read Even Superheroes Have Bad Days by Shelly Becker and Eda Kaban to an adoring and sleeping audience.
Chris Evans will read Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site on the popular bedtime show [BBC ]
Actor Chris Evans made his debut on the soothing bedtime show last month [BBC / Pete Dadds]
The tale taught young listeners how to deal with their feelings and channel their energy.
Speaking at the time, Chris said: “I’m honoured to be the next guest on CBeebies Bedtime Stories which is such a special show. I hope families have as much fun watching as I had reading!”
The 35 year old proved very popular among viewers – even those without children – as he sat on his red chair surrounded by stuffed animals.
Chris isn’t the only acting superstar to read multiple stories for the bedtime show.
Tom Hardy has appeared on CBeebies Bedtime Stories several times [BBC / WENN]
Legend star Tom Hardy send viewers into meltdown when he appeared on the show on Valentine’s Day and Mother’s Day this year after making his show debut on New Year’s Eve 2016.
During his appearance on the most romantic day of the year, the actor was joined by his beloved dog Woodstock.
Sadly, the Mad Max actor recently confirmed the heartbreaking news that his canine “best friend” has passed away aged six.
He said in a statement: “Woody affected so many people in his own right, so with great respect to his autonomy and as a familiar friendly face to most of you, it is with a great, great sadness and a heavy heart that I inform you that after a very hard and short six month battle with an aggressive polymyositis, Woody passed away two days ago.”
Tom Hardy sent out an emotional statement when Woody died [Getty]
Tom continued: “He was far too young to leave us, and we are at home devastated by his loss. I am ultimately grateful for his loyal companionship and love, and it is of some great comfort that he is no longer suffering. Above all, I am completely gutted. The world for me was a better place with him in it an by my side.”
Chris Evans will read of CBeebies Bedtime Stories on Sunday 18 June at 6.50pm.