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My Favorite Jewels at the Oscars

Feb 23, 2009

Well I watched The Oscars for a while and what was I looking for?  The jewels!  And the ones that really catch my eye are the big diamonds.  The colored bead necklaces and other trendy stuff – well, not my thing.  I did notice Angelina Jolie’s GIANT emerald earrings and ring.  I’m sure they were worth millions, but again, not my cup of tea.  What I did love was the MONSTER diamond studs and exquisite graduated diamond necklace on Penelope Cruz.  That’s what I like to see.  Plus, she’s drop dead gorgeous.  Next year, I need to get her to wear some of my diamonds.  Take a look at this video.  She’s talking about Vicky Christina Barcelona, which was a good movie, but I’m just looking at her jewelry…

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