This Iconic Necklace Is The Most Expensive Piece Of Oscars Jewellery Ever

$20 million for a necklace? We'll take two, thanks. If you've ever wondered just how much all that red carpet bling costs, we've got the run down of the most expensive Oscars jewellery ever

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It's Oscar season, which means only one thing: bling, bling and more bling.

From diamond pendants to emerald earrings, you're nobody on the red carpet if you're not wearing some serious money around your neck.

Reaching sky high prices, we're talking millions of dollars here people, celebs' awards show jewellery usually costs more than the house we live in added to the value of everything we own inside. And maybe the car outside as well.

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So how ridiculous can things get? Answer - pretty damn ridiculous.

Counting down from the more reasonably priced ($2.5 million counts as reasonable, right?) to the whopping $20 million winner, we've discovered the most expensive pieces of Oscars jewellery of all time. Like, ever.

Angelina Jolie

Jewellery: Lorraine Schwartz earrings

The Damage: $2.5 million

Priyanka Chopra

Jewellery: Lorraine Schwartz earrings

The Damage: $3.2 million

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Sandra Bullock

Jewellery: Lorraine Schwartz bracelet (we're sensing a trend)

The Damage: $6.4 million

Nicole Kidman

Jewellery: L'Wren Scott necklace

The Damage: $7 million

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Lady Gaga

Jewellery: Lorraine Schwartz earrings (seriously, Lorraine is swiftly becoming our #incomegoals)

The Damage: $8 million

Charlize Theron

Jewellery: Harry Winston necklace

The Damage: $15 million

And the winner is...

Gloria Stuart aka the old lady who drops the Heart Of The Ocean into the sea in Titanic

Jewellery: Harry Winston necklace

The Damage: $20 million

It might be a little uncouth to say, but Gloria, what an absolute lad.

Nominated for Best Supporting actress for her role in Titanic at the 1998 Oscars, Gloria went method and literally wore the Heart Of The Ocean to the awards.

As Rose says in the film, the striking blue necklace isn't a sapphire but actually 'a very rare blue diamond'. 15-carats worth to be specific.

Although we're pretty sure Louis XVI didn't previously own this one...

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