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Jennifer Lopez's New Friend: A $2.1 Million Ring

By Kim Anne Apr 6, 2012 7:54PM

Jenny from the block made yet another fashion statement this week on Wednesday’s episode of American Idol, where she distracted us all with a new sparkler. 


The star was showing off a yellow-diamond ring from Cora Jewelers, and it wasn’t cheap.

According to People.com, the 50.40 carat gem, accented in 18-karat yellow gold with ebony wood, comes with a price tag of $2.1 million.

 

But lucky for the rest of the world, you don’t have to be a celeb to score this gem (although clearly you do have to be loaded)—it will soon be available for purchase on the jeweler’s site.

 

Tell us: What do you think of Jennifer Lopez’s new bling?

 

Photo by FOX via Getty Images

 

259Comments
Apr 7, 2012 6:24PM
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UGLY!!!!!  I wouldn't pay .50 for it.  If I spent $2.1 mil, it sure as h... would look like it.Sick
Apr 7, 2012 6:23PM
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sorry but to me a ring that big looks cheap and fake

 

Apr 7, 2012 6:23PM
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sorry but to me a ring that big looks cheap and fake

 

Apr 7, 2012 6:21PM
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That's a yellow diamond?  Looks black as the Ace of Spades to me.
Apr 7, 2012 6:14PM
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stupid embellishment; unneeded extravagance
Apr 7, 2012 6:13PM
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I just gets me that some people can just throw away money like that on a not so pretty ring... I am a single mom of 3 and had to scrape money together just I can have a nice Easter meal with my kids tomorrow... Sad :(
Apr 7, 2012 6:12PM
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It's her choice, but realistically once you are rich and have contributed to charities and done more than tithe 10%, aren't you allowed to have a little guilt free fun. Also you don't know what kind of discount she got, or if they gave it to her or paid her to wear it. We pick on the 1% but almost all the rich people I've ever met are equally split between the super cool giving sorts and the f-everyone else groups. She is a fashion icon, would we guilt Liz Taylor- ? I don't think most of us would.  

The 1% aren't the problem, it's the 1% that want to bust your union, send your job out of the U.S, can't hire a legal nanny, don't do anything to support the country they made their fortune in and then want to talk sheet, stare down their nose at you and call you lazy- while refusing to pay a living wage to their employees. And those are probably not even 1/10th of 1%.  To be a 1% you only need to make like $30k a month, not even a million a year and you are still 1%'er.  Don't get me wrong, I hate the hypocrites who used "our"-yes collectively, i.e. psuedo socialism aka common sense for a society, "our" roads, schools, internet, infrastructure, etc etc etc and still bitcch when they are paying less in taxes than at anytime in the last 50 years. 

But once you have done your fair share, ENJOY!!!!!!!!!!

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