Tomo Milicevic, Shannon Leto, Jared Leto, Grammy Awards

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Jared Leto was in rock star mode when he arrived at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, Jan. 26 at the Los Angeles Staples Center.

The 42-year-old stud, who is fresh off his big wins at both the Golden Globes and Screen Actors Guild Awards, is presenting tonight with his 30 Seconds to Mars bandmates, and the trio shared some friendly banter while speaking with Ryan Seacrest during E!'s Live From the Red Carpet.

When asked who was the first to hear about Leto's Best Supporting Oscar nomination for his role in the AIDs drama Dallas Buyers Club, his bandmate Tomo Milicevic replied, "Maybe me I woke up first thing in the morning and I was like 'Oh my god, Jared,'" he said.

"You know the greatest thing about this is it's not that I'm just getting the award…it's like all of us are getting awarded and nominated. It's fun for the family, it's fun for our friends; it's just been a blast," Leto added.

And when Seacrest asked Leto's bandmates if they are ever worried the Oscar-nominee will leave the band for his acting career, they had nothing but praise for their pal.

"No, no, it's really an exciting time, we're thrilled," Shannon Leto said.

"He can't leave the stage, he's addicted to the stage," Milicevic added with a smile.

But Leto admitted he's been a busy man as of late, "I also think they would be very happy if I took a few days off here and there," he said.

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Seacrest also shared he discovered that Leto has a coffin in his living room, which he subsequently asked the sexy actor to explain.

"It sounds a little bizarre, but I ended up with it I think from a film that I did. I can't remember why I have it, but it's basically got a bunch of books on it," he revealed, but added, "I think it's empty. There was a very strange odor wafting from the coffin at one point. Uh, but I don't know, when you're on tour as much as 30 Seconds To Mars your house just becomes a giant storage unit."

Whatever you say, Leto. Good luck at the Oscars!

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