Well, well what do we have here?!
But just WHO is the hunky mystery beau?!
[Image via AKM-GSI.]
We know these photos were shot in the desert…
But they're hot hot HOT for various reasons!
Jared Leto enlisted friend and controversial photographer Terry Richardson to help him bring back an accessory that Matthew McConaughey attempted to trend in late August — the questionable fanny pack.
The 30 Seconds To Mars frontman posed pretty in the heat, showing off his delicious abs, toned legs in deep red spandex and a multicolored pack, which conveniently covered his ample man bits!
We're not sure if he's doing anything for the men trying to make the fanny pack thing happen, but he IS nice to look at!
BTW — still jealous of his ombré locks, which truly complete this look.
[Image via Terry Richardson.]
Now all of the rumors can be put to rest, because they’re finally married!
Details about the wedding have been kept under wraps so far, but the 38-year-old did give fans a hint that something big was happening when she tweeted
This has GOT to be a publicity stunt. Right?!?!
Recently, he was hand selected by Martha Stewart to photograph her August spread in Porter magazine! And while Martha is no stranger to controversy herself, the two of them still make a baffling pairing.
Porter describes their interactions as follows:
The duo worked together for the August issue of Harper’s Bazaar China, but with a vast career like hers, this isn’t the first time the supermodel’s worked with the controversial photog, even since the recent accusations.
It was only back in March when Miranda stripped down to her bikini for the Terry-lensed ShopStyle ad campaign!
Though if her August interview with Marie Claire Mexico is any indication, she would rather be honest to herself than be pressured to feel any other away. She confessed:
While business hasn’t exactly slowed down for Terry Richardson, neither have the criticisms against him!
It was only last month that Benjamin Wallace penned an article for New York Magazine, "Is Terry Richardson An Artist Or Predator?", which in turn sparked tons of backlash, highlighting that the two are not mutually exclusive and just because he’s an artist doesn’t make sexual assault excusable!
Though the question did ignite a whole new conversation of whether Terry could even be considered an artist to begin with!
Well, after a poll asking several different critics, the responses were essentially unanimous.
Sebastian Smee, Pulitzer Prize-winning critic for the Boston Globe, shared: