James McAvoy‘s shirt from Sunday’s Academy Awards looked mighty different after the red carpet.
After presenting the award for sound editing with “Black Panther” star Danai Gurira, in which McAvoy wore a crisp white button-up, the 39-year-old later took to social media, where he posted a photo of the now autograph-filled top.
“Went to the Oscars. Presented. Got mugged by sharpie wielding celebrities. #thuglebrity I’m sure my shirt is going to be defaced by more of these entitled graffiti mentalists as the night goes on,” McAvoy captioned.
The scrawled shirt appeared to feature autographs from Michael B. Jordan, Brie Larson and Charlize Theron, among others, who were all tagged in McAvoy’s photo. He later showed off the shirt at the Vanity Fair Oscar bash.
He will reportedly auction the item off for charity, according to Variety.
Reps for McAvoy did not immediately return our request for comment.
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