Mariah Carey, Carrie Underwood get into holiday spirit with $250K in jewels

Carrie Underwood

Christmas lights aren’t the only thing glistening this year.

Celebrity jewelry designer Kyle Chan decked out Mariah Carey and Carrie Underwood in more than $250,000 worth of jewels combined for their sparkling holiday appearances. All of the pieces were loaned out to the stars.




In typical Carey form, the 50-year-old songstress first wore Chan’s lavish 9-carat diamond starburst earrings to prep her Thanksgiving dinner. While the gems are worth $33,000, Chan joked to us that they were just part of “her causal attire at home.”

Then, for her appearance on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” earlier this month, Chan decked out Carey’s ears with 10-carat eternity diamond hoop earrings in white gold. The jaw-dropping jewels cost a whopping $38,000.

Meanwhile, her 15-carat emerald necklace and 17-carat diamond earrings for her appearance on “The Graham Norton Show” rang in at $75,000.

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Carrie Underwood’s jewels were also fit for musical royalty.

The mom of two donned Chan’s emerald chandelier earrings worth $65,000 for her performance on “Late Night with Seth Meyers.” She also sported his $15,000 half-eternity diamond spike earrings in black gold for her appearance on “The Kelly Clarkson Show,” and his $15,000 half-eternity diamond spike earrings for her iHeartRadio performance.

She sported 8.5-carat heart-shaped pave emerald earrings in black gold for her Pandora Live concert on Dec. 8. Over 5 billion streamers saw the $20,880 jewels.

Chan, 44, has designed jewelry for Emma Stone’s character in “La La Land,” Beyoncé, Miley Cyrus and “Vanderpump Rules” stars, among others in Hollywood. He told Page Six Style that he feels “very, very grateful” any time someone wears one of his designs.




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