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Cynthia Erivo Just Wore $3 Million Worth of Jewelry at the Golden Globes Red Carpet



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The Golden Globes are finally here which means one thing (okay, two)—awards season is finally here and celebrities will spend the next month or so walking red carpet after red carpet serving up major looks.

And when it comes to fashion, the Golden Globes never disappoint. Celebrities always go all out for the show—both in terms of outfits and accessories.

From last year’s stunning strapless Valentino gown on Lady Gaga to Angelina Jolie’s gorgeous emerald green Atelier Versace dress in 2011 and beyond, the Golden Globes have always given us some incredible fashion moments.

And speaking of going all out, British actress/singer Cynthia Erivo who is nominated for her song “Stand Up” and for her role in the drama, Harriet may have just won that category.

Erivo just walked the red carpet wearing a necklace worth $3 million. The stunning choker by Bulgari features diamonds and sapphires and she paired it with…well, more Bulgari jewelry.

Erivo worked with stylist Jason Bolden for her Golden Globes look, which also included an elegant custom Thom Browne gown that took a whopping 800 hours to create. The reason? The elaborate beading on it. The dress featured the actress’s favorite flower—peonies—both on the outside and the lining.

Needless to say, Erivo is already a winner in our book.


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