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Watch: Marvel’s ‘Agents of SHIELD’ & ‘Agent Carter’ Stars Kick Off Charity Dubsmash Wars

During Comic-Con, Hayley Atwell and “Agent Carter” co-star James D’Arcy waged a lip-sync showdown with Clark Gregg and Chloe Bennet from “Agents of SHIELD,” and the ensuing Dubsmash rivalry captivated the internet until Team Carter dropped the mic by enlisting the help of Captain America himself, Chris Evans, for one final performance.

Atwell and D’Arcy may have won the battle, but the “Agents of SHIELD” cast weren’t content to concede the war, and thus, the two sides decided to settle their Dubsmash rivalry with a no-holds-barred, three-part Dubsmash challenge for charity.

Fans will vote on their favorite performances by donating to their preferred team, with one fan winning a trip to L.A. to record a Dubsmash video with the actors.

Team Carter has thrown down the gauntlet by drafting another ABC actor — “The Muppets” star Miss Piggy — into the fight for their first video; click over to Crowdrise to watch and donate.

How will the “Agents of SHIELD” retaliate? Keep an eye on the Crowdrise page to find out.

The complete timeline:

Team “Carter” tweeted a Dubsmash of this Oompa Loompa classic. Innocent enough:

 

“SHIELD” stars Chloe Bennet and Clark Gregg instigated the battle with this video of “It Takes Two”:

 

Team “Carter” signaled that they weren’t going down without a fight with this B-52’s Dubsmash rejoinder:

 

Team “SHIELD” retaliated:
https://instagram.com/p/5APk6vl39a/

 

Team “Carter” upped the ante with T-Swift:

 

Then the two gangs met for a face-to-face showdown:
https://instagram.com/p/5DE77hF304/

 

Team “Carter” figured they had things sewn up:

 

But Team “SHIELD” pulled out what seemed like the knockout punch:
https://instagram.com/p/5Ba4scl30T/

 

Until Team “Carter” called in a heroic cameo to, at long last, drop the mic. Game over:

Even better, Peggy and Cap finally got that long-overdue dance…

https://twitter.com/HayleyAtwell/status/621464080235241473

The moral of the story is, in a Marvel TV Dubsmash battle, we’re all winners.

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