Jared Leto spotted catching the train before his own concert

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Jared Leto was spotted ditching tour buses and limos and catching the train for a little shopping ahead of his concert in Paris.

The Thirty Seconds to Mars singer was seen leaving the comfort of his glitzy room at Costes Hotel as he headed toward Maison Margiela headquarters before his show on Tuesday.

Leto’s band Thirty Seconds To Mars is currently on a world tour that kickstarted in Europe in earlier this month.

Fans were seen snapping pictures of the star and smiling as the rocker sat on the Paris Metro train with the rest of us normal folk.

Leto, who was dressed entirely in a chic grey outfit that he paired with reflective sunglasses, seemed happy to chat with passers-by who recognised who he was.

The rock band will be bringing their tour Down Under when they embark on the Australian leg in September 2024.

Last year, he celebrated the tour announcement by climbing up the Empire State Building.

Rocking an orange jumpsuit and ropes for the climb, Leto, 51, could be seen scaling the legendary tower, which stands 443 metres tall in the New York City skyline.

“The building is a testament of all the things that can be done in the world if we put our minds to it, which is largely the inspiration behind our most recent album, It’s The End Of The World But It’s A Beautiful Day,” Leto said in a statement.

“I’ve had a fascination with the Empire State Building, the ‘world’s number one attraction’, since I was a kid,” he wrote alongside photos and a video of the climb on Instagram. “Not sure if it was Guinness world records, King Kong, but something about this iconic structure always captured my imagination. Built in just 13 short months, in one of the greatest cities in the world it has always been a powerful symbol to me of all the possibilities in life.”

Leto added that he loves to climb because it takes him away “from some of the pressures of life” and helps him find “a bit of freedom and equanimity”.

“In a lot of ways, this album is about following your dreams and pushing yourself to do the seemingly impossible,” he continued. “Climbing the Empire State Building certainly falls into that category for me. As does touring the world with my brother and sharing these unforgettable concerts and experiences with you all.”

Thirty Seconds to Mars was formed in 1998 and have gone onto have huge success around the world.

While the line-up has undergone various changes over the years, frontman Leto and his brother, drummer Shannon Leto, have been consistent members throughout.

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