AceShowbiz - Jared Leto received a warm welcome when he visited the famous Ipanema beach on Monday, September 25. Amid his busy schedule in Brazil, the 45-year-old singer/actor took a day off from work to take a casual stroll around the city.
However, just a few moments after he stepped onto the beach, fans gathered around him. Seemingly unfazed, Jared happily chatted with some locals as his security team was trying hard to hold back the excited crowd. At one point, a woman stepped in front of him to take a closer look.
The Joker depicter in "Suicide Squad" looked as stylish as ever during the outing. He sported a pink exotic floral shirt, a leather jacket and a matching beanie. Pushing the fashion boundaries, he completed his look with vibrant red sweatpants.
Jared was unbothered with all the attention, though. He was all smiles as he walked down the sandy beach. He even treated his fans to a selfie. The "Dallas Buyers Club" actor happily positioned himself at the center of crowd to snap an animated selfie.
Jared is currently in Brazil to promote his new movie "Blade Runner 2049" and to perform with his band 30 Seconds to Mars. On Sunday, he took the stage at 2017 Rock in Rio Music Festival to perform some songs with his bandmates. He made sure to deliver a memorable performance as he made a very daring entrance at the show. Donning a glittery pink shirt and gold trousers, he ziplined his way to the stage while the crowd cheered below him.
30 Seconds to Mars recently released a single called "Walk on Water", which will be featured on the band's upcoming fifth studio album. The new effort will mark their first proper album since 2013's "Love Lust Faith + Dreams".
"After four long years, hundreds of days, thousands of hours, gazillions of seconds, we have finally managed to finish a single f**king song. Whoever though 'soon' would actually be here 'now,' " Jared said in a statement. "With the help of groundbreaking nanotechnology, chatbots and self-driving music software, we have wrangled from the depths of our cold black hearts, some semblance of a song."
"Honestly, we miss you all. We can't wait to get back on the road and we couldn't be more proud to share with you the first single off of our new album," he added. "And yes, we have been working on it for four years. The last time we put an album out, there were no self driving cars, no fidget spinners, President Trump was still that guy on 'The Apprentice' and Jon Snow hadn't even died yet."