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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

 

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Apr 7, 2012 12:26PM
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People in this country are starving and homeless with small kids and she goes around  sporting a 2 million dollar ring.  And then these actresses and actors have the nerve to go around asking all the middle class people to donate to all these charities.

BALLS.

Apr 7, 2012 12:23PM
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why are people so very mean?  She has pulled herself up made herself what she is and we all loved her for it.  Now that she has alot of money ( and I refuse to say has it all because maybe what she is lacking or missing in her life>>>if anything is personal. She is entitled to privacy she is entitled to live as she feels is right and really it isn't for us to judge. Who or what is private and what does it matter to us. I'm sure she will have no problem explaining to her children her life choices.   What you hear and often what you see is not always the truth. There are two sides to every marraige and every story.. Personally the ring isn't my style either but i'm a very petite person and I would look silly but on her I believe it is fitting and she looks fabulous always. I think wearing something different or not choosing what the average person would wear makes her who she is a star and a fashion icon.  my lord people find something that will allow you to benefit others it doesn't always take money (it"s all of our responsibilities and I'm sure she does alot to help others)  and quit spending you time trashing others. Really?

Apr 7, 2012 12:22PM
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I think it's great that she has done so well and has this kind to money to burn. I see homeless family's everyday on the street and just think about what a little bit of that kind of money could do for them. J-lo needs to step out into the real world and maybe she just might spend a little of that money to help not so fortunate people. I personally think a million dollars is insane to spend on a ring even if you do have it. Just my opinion, her money to do with as she wants.
Apr 7, 2012 12:22PM
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So Jenny from the block remembers where she came from huh?  I wonder how many children could eat off that ring, or how many needy families could have a step up on life.  Now some would say she earned it.................like the Kardashians??  Judgement day is not that far off, and what is the saying?  You reap what you so.
Apr 7, 2012 12:15PM
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On a side note, President Obama got a new hat...
Apr 7, 2012 12:15PM
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Hmmmm... Let's see, I bet there's a couple extra million laying around... What will I spend it on???  Oh! Why not this huge rock for my mega star girl friend!  Honey... could I borrow your Visa?
Apr 7, 2012 12:10PM
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I don't know how "singers" like J. Lo & Steven Tyler are judges on a talent show when they have no talent themselves. Especially Tyler, another over 60 burn-out trying to act like a rocker. He should have been shot for treason the way he butchered the National Anthem in the NFL play-offs. As far as the ring goes, it's narcissist, ostentatious, selfish, way over- the top. Why doesn't she settle for a $200,000 ring like the rest of her over-indulgent pig friends wear & pay-off some poor peoples mortgages in the hood or send some kids to college or whatever. Yea, I know she is charitable, but that ring says she is all about "hey, look at J. Lo.! " F-her & her ring.

Apr 7, 2012 12:08PM
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i suspect it is an investment even if it is gaudy. it's her money, she earned it, she can spend it anyway she wants.
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