In New York Landmark Jared Leto Legally Climb The Empire State Building

On Thursday, Jared Leto got about 30 seconds closer to Mars, he scaled an iconic New York Landmark. On Nov. 9, in the Empire State Building, the actor and singer climbed a portion of the outside. He making a journey to the top of one of the world’s signature skyscrapers. Then he spoke about it in an exclusive interview. Leto said “ I was more excited than nervous to tell you the truth, but I have to be honest, it was very hard. It was much harder than I thought it would be. He attempted the feat of crossing off a coveted item on his bucket list and also promoting the upcoming world tour of his band. Thirty seconds to Mars, which will run from March to September in 2024.

Leto reached the part of the building. Until he completed his ascent at the ice shield And then climbed all three of its tiers, which are at the base of the building’s famous antenna. The top of the Empire State Building, He is the first person to ever legally climb, the landmark confirmed TODAY. During his ascent, the “House of Gucci” actor was in full climbing gear with ropes that helped to secure him in case he lost his grip. Craig Melvin then asked him where he would climb next after conquering the Empire State Building.

Leto is also an accomplished rock climber. In 2016, He directed a five-part documentary called “Great Wide Open” in which he explored several of the country’s iconic national parks like Yosemite and Yellowstone.


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