Actor and singer Jared Leto looked handsome in white as he "Photobombed" fellow celebrities Sunday (March 2) and took home his first Oscar for Best Supporting Actor in the film "Dallas Buyers Club."
Leto, 42, graced the red carpet of the Oscars Sunday evening with his mom Constance and brother Shannon in a short Saint Laurent, snow white tuxedo jacket, a matching white collared-shirt and a satin, deep red bow tie mirrored with a small handkerchief.
Channeling his band "30 Seconds to Mars," the "Panic Room" actor wore his brunette locks long with highlighted blonde tips and matching trimmed facial hair. The 14 year musician kept his YSL pants skinny and black with identical laced shoes.
To fancy it up, the actor added a thick, silver Piaget watch and Neil Lane diamonds as he took "selfies" with other Oscar winners and gave the best speech of the night after receiving the first win.