From Halle Berry to Jessica Simpson: Celebs Colored Engagement Rings

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From Halle Berry to Jessica Simpson: Celebs Colored Engagement Rings
Halle Berry is engaged, in case you didn't know. Her actor beau Olivier Martinez popped the question over the Holidays, but what you really need to take from this story is that the engagement ring is green. It's a diamond-and-emerald ring designed by Jeweler Gurhan, but really, it's a mood ring.

Halle

Halle Berry isn't the first celeb to get a colorful engagement ring. Call it tacky or call it festive, these are the celebs who thought it was a good idea to put a colorful sparkler on their ring finger.

Jessica

Jessica Simpson: Jessica Simpson, who is most definitely the most classy lady in Hollywood ("Is this tuna or chicken?!") has a red engagement ring. The Neil Lane designed ruby red ring is flanked by two diamonds and is estimated to cost around $100,000. You may call it "red hot" but I think I saw the same ring in one of those machines outside the grocery store.

Carrie

Carrie Underwood: When Underwood got engaged she accepted a platinum and yellow diamond ring. Yellow engagement rings, this I can deal with. Especially if you have a Spring wedding, that's cute!

Kate

Kate Middleton: When Prince William proposed to Kate Middleton with the late Princess Diana's ring, Middleton added some new blue bling to her ring finger. The Saphire-and-diamond ring makes sense for this couple, because isn't blue a Royal color?

Carmen

Carmen Electra: Back in 2008, Carmen Electra was proposed to with a black diamond. Electra describes the gothic ring as "perfect for us. [It's] different - it's our style." Our love is like this diamond...black - That's no way to start a marriage.

J.Lo

Jennifer Lopez: Lopez received a 6.1 carat pink diamond engagement ring from Ben Affleck when he proposed to her back in 2002. J.Lo just doesn't seem like a pink-ring kind of girl? Maybe that's why their union didn't last?
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