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18 July 2024

Jennifer Aniston wears $10 million worth of diamonds to 2017 Oscars

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By Bang

Jennifer Aniston wore over $10 million worth of diamonds to the 89th Academy Awards, including a 100 carat diamond set of earrings and 20 carat diamond ring.

The 48-year-old actress adorned an array of sparkly accessories to the star studded bash, which took place at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles on Sunday, and added the extra glamour with custom-made Lorraine Scwartz 100 carat diamond earrings, which were worth $9,500,000, and a matching 20 carat Golconda diamond ring worth $1,200,000.

The details of the former 'Friends' star - who is known for playing the role of Rachel Green in the popular American series - was declared by the jewellery designer on social media.

Alongside a picture of the golden haired beauty wearing the v-neck black slim line Versace dress, which was posted on Lorraine Scwartz's Instagram account, it read: "The #jenniferaniston looking super hot in a #versace dress and #lorraineschwartz #hundredcarat#diamondearrings and #twentycarat diamond ring at the #2017oscars styled by #ryanhastings (sic)."

And Jennifer - who is married to 45-year-old actor and director Justin Theroux - was moved to tears as she paid tribute to Bill Paxton before introducing the In Memoriam segment at the Oscars.

The style icon took the time to honour the 'Twister' star - who died aged 61 on Saturday after suffering complications after surgery - at last night's ceremony as she introduced the video tribute to those lost from Hollywood over the last year.

Speaking on stage, she said: "Whether a Prince leading the musical revolution, or a princess leading a rebellion in a galaxy far far away.

"Every one was a cherished member of our Hollywood family... as was beloved friend and actor who left us just yesterday, Bill Paxton."

She then broke off to compose herself as she choked up before continuing the introduction.

She added: "Let us remember their lives and their beautiful work. All were loved, and all will be missed."