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Spend the Night in Jared Leto's Bed and Eat Vegan PancakesSpend the Night in Jared Leto's Bed and Eat Vegan Pancakes

Spend the Night in Jared Leto's Bed and Eat Vegan Pancakes

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Have you ever dreamed of sleeping in Jared Leto’s bed and indulging in some delicious vegan pancakes in the morning? Guess what? That fantasy could become a reality.

Leto’s band, Thirty Second to Mars, is holding the ultimate contest, called THE SLEEPOVER, for fans. Those who enter have the chance to win an opportunity to not only visit the band’s “LAB” and see where they create music, but to also spend the night at THE LAB on Tuesday, May 21. Five winners will be selected.

If you think that’s fantastic news, you haven’t even heard the best part. One lucky winner will also get to spend the night in Leto’s very own bed and possibly dine on some delicious vegan pancakes with the actor/singer. Now, that’s a prize!

Leto’s fans know he takes vegan pancakes very seriously, so the winner’s sleepover experience will most likely be spectacular.

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