Carrie Underwood was a show-stopper at Sunday night's Grammy Awards for a number of reasons.
One of those numbers? Try $31 million, the value of the diamond necklace she wore on the red carpet and into the show, where she picked up the award for country solo performance for "Blown Away."
The Johnathon Arndt piece featured 381 carats of oval, pear, marquise and round brilliant white diamonds, People reported. She paired it with a black strapless gown by Roberto Cavalli.
Now, as beautiful as that dress was, it was nothing compared with the shiny ivory Theia number she wore to perform "Blown Away" and "Two Black Cadillacs" later in the show. While the dress was pretty to start with, albeit a bit princess-looking, it truly became amazing once things got going and images were projected on the skirt as the singer stood in various places on the stage. (You can see it in action in the video above, along with the necklace.)