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Carrie Underwood Dons 48-Carat V-Day Necklace at Grammys That Hubby Helped Design

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It was one of the most expensive pieces on the red carpet.

Carrie Underwood stole many a glance at the 2016 Grammy Awards thanks to a 48-carat necklace that was crafted of Burmese rubies and both yellow and white diamonds, Inquisitr writes. The article says that her husband, Nashville Predators hockey player Mike Fisher, gifted the necklace to her as a Valentine’s Day present. He even helped design the piece with renowned jeweler Johnathon Arndt, who said the couple wanted something that was “timeless and iconic.” One of the most expensive pieces on the red carpet that night, the necklace is estimated to be worth about $3 million.

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