Roughly an hour before [artist id="1231235"]30 Seconds To Mars[/artist] strode onto the VMA stage to humbly accept their award for Best Rock Video, they walked the white carpet outside the Nokia Theatre, where they were just as humble, if not slightly agog by everything happening around them.
"We're feeling good, kind of amazed," 30STM frontman Jared Leto told MTV News. "Really, this is all a surprise to us. We're just happy that people are responding to the work; this whole thing has been fun and crazy and chaotic."
While they were wide-eyed by all the VMA action — and an ill-advised "glitter bomb" that took place at the top of the carpet — they were ready to discuss business ... namely, how they would follow the VMA-winning video for "Kings And Queens" and the jaw-dropping live clip for "Closer to the Edge."
From the sound of things, they've got a pretty good plan.
"The next thing you will see is the completion of [the live film] 'This Is War' finally," Leto said. "And a new video for a song — this is a scoop — for a song called 'Hurricane.' [The video] is very, very, very, very sexual."
We imagine members of 30STM's Echelon will be very excited to see both of those things, and we suspect fans of Leto will get behind anything involving him and the word "sexual." There's no word on just when the band plans on filming the video for "Hurricane,"
which at one point featured a cameo by Kanye West, but we'll definitely keep you posted.
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