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Jared Leto Climbs Empire State Building


Jared Leto is well-known for going above and beyond to secure an Oscar, and he is currently doing the same to publicize his band’s next tour.

The musician and actor is the first individual to have climbed the 102-story Empire State Building lawfully.

Leto, 51, used a rope and harness to scale the outside of the famous New York landmark while wearing a bright orange jumpsuit.

He accepted the challenge in order to raise awareness of his band Thirty Seconds To Mars’ next global tour.

Leto told NBC’s Today show: “I was more excited than nervous to tell you the truth. But I have to be honest, it was very, very hard. It was a lot harder than I thought it would be.

“Just the endurance that it took, the stamina that it took, and it was very sharp.”

The actor has starred in Suicide Squad, Morbius, and House of Gucci in addition to earning an Oscar for his role in Dallas Buyers Club.

Known for singles like “Kings and Queens,” Thirty Seconds to Mars will launch their first headline tour in five years in Buenos Aires in March 2024.

“To watch the sun rise overlooking the city that’s meant so much to me,” Leto said. “Ever since I was a kid, New York stood for the place that you went to make your dreams come true.”

He concluded: “I made it to the top, and I saw my mother in the window of the 80th floor, and that was a nice surprise.”

At 380 meters (1,250 feet) high, the Empire State was formerly the tallest structure in the world. When accounting for its antenna, it measures 443m (1,454ft).

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