Despite the accolades that Jared Leto has received this year as an actor, the 42-year-old entertainer assured Nancy O'Dell that he's as dedicated as ever to his band 30 Seconds to Mars.
Leto started off 2014 in about the best way he could hope for. The singer-actor won a Golden Globe a SAG Award and earned an Academy Award nomination for his performance in Dallas Buyers Club. O'Dell caught up with him at the Grammy Awards where Leto was a presenter.
"It's been amazing," said Leto. "When this happens it doesn't just happen to me or for me. It's fun for the family and your friends and people that you've worked with."
"[We're] so proud of him," said band mate Tomo Milicevic. "He deserves it."
Leto revealed that the group has been touring "incessantly."
"We were literally on a stage last night in Mexico City and now we're here today," he said.
O'Dell's chat with Leto was just one of the red carpet interviews that were shown live on TVGN Live with ET at the Grammys
on Sunday, January 26 at 5:00 PM ET/PT. Watch the video for more.