Won’t someone find Jared Leto’s missing Met Gala head?


I kind of wonder what’s going on in Jared Leto’s head with all the Joker talk in the news. He would have been so pleased if this much conversation surrounded his turn in the role. He tried, but most of it fell out of the news cycle just as quickly as it got there. Speaking of Jared’s head, it’s missing. The replica head he had created to carry as an accessory to this year’s Met Gala has been absconded with, or so Jared thinks. Jared wore the Gucci ensemble above to the event. It was a collaboration between he and Gucci designer Alessandro Michele. But their collaboration didn’t end at decapitated heads, they worked together on Jared’s Thirty Seconds to Mars tour ensembles this past summer. This, for some reason, merited an interview in GQ. Not that it’s not notable, just that the tour is, well, finished.

How would you describe the look you wanted for this tour?
We wanted it to be vibrant, alive, and fun. Working with the Gucci gang was an absolute pleasure as always. I can’t tell you how grateful I am to be a part of that big, crazy Italian family.

You have amazing chemistry with Gucci clothing. You wear capes on this tour, for example, but you don’t look so regal that it’s remote. There’s something really tactile about the way you wear it. What’s the secret to interpreting it so well?
Well, I was born in Louisiana, so that probably balances out any chance of getting too regal, but I have a lot of help from the Gucci team. They’re an incredible group of people. So talented, so gifted. I feel really fortunate to work with Alessandro and this motley crew of artists and craftspeople that he’s put together.

What did you do with your head after the Met Gala?
Honestly, I have no idea. I think someone may have stolen it. If anyone out there finds it, bring it into your nearest Gucci store in exchange for a pair of dirty sneakers.

[From GQ]

“I was born in Louisiana, so that probably balances out any chance of getting too regal,” uhm, I know some New Orleans vampires who disagree with that nonsense, Jared. I’m kidding, of course, (the vampires won’t talk to me), although I’ve only been in about three cities in Louisiana but they were all so luscious, I would absolutely assume regality was implied across the state. But Jared would know better than me. I added a few tour pics below but GQ has some better shots. They’re fun. And fortunately Gucci stuck to capes and lace, veering away from any sort of racial insensitivities for this tour.

But back to the matter at hand, or head, as it were – poor Jared has lost his head. Worse, it’s been stolen! I highly doubt that. I’m having trouble with the fact that Jared let it out of his sight for long enough for someone to steal. Maybe I just don’t want to think of what, in heavens name, somebody would do with it if they’d stolen it. But no, I think we all know where Jared’s head’s been shoved.




Photo credit: WENN Photos

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  1. StellainNH says:

    I honestly don’t see the appeal of this guy. What is it that people like about him?

    • Sarah says:

      Possibly the lingering memory of Jordan Catalano (speaking as the proud owner of an ‘I (heart) Jordan Catalano’ t-shirt that usually gets at least one ‘where can I get that’ comment when I wear it. Sadly this guy is gross.

      • StellainNH says:

        I never watched the show so I never knew where he got his start. To me, he just seemed to appear. I always get an “EEWWW!” Reaction whenever I see him.

  2. Mary says:

    I just read the other day that he’s been accused of sexual assault by several women. Disgusting

    • Osito says:

      He definitely has, mostly through anonymous accounts posted on message boards, but James Gunn and Dylan Sprouse have also semi-snidely implied that they have info about Leto being a creep. I think Leto’s pr response has been to ignore *all* of it, which gives the media some wiggle room to do the same. Someone will correct me if I’m wrong, but I can’t think of one victim who’s come forward — even anonymously — in a way that allows them to be publicly vetted (like giving an interview to a credible journalist or pressing charges). So even though the claims are numerous and there seems to be a credible pattern of behavior that emerges, it’s not like James Franco or Ryan Adams or Harvey Weinstein with “hard proof” that something has happened, so he still gets to go to the Met Gala, and puff pieces get written about him, and he wins awards, etc.

  3. LP says:

    Has anyone checked up his butt? 🙄

    • Some chick says:

      Hahahaha, in B4 me on this comment!

      Jared’s lost his head! I don’t think that just happened, tho.

  4. Jensies says:

    I don’t know about no racial insensitivity with this tour…isn’t that at a douli (traditional Chinese hat) that he’s wearing in the last pic?