“Queen Bey’s Dazzling Affair: A Look at Beyonce’s $9 Million Oscar Night Jewelry with the Kardashians”

On the night of the Oscars, Beyonce looked absolutely radiant. According to a report from PageSix, the 40-year-old singer was adorned with diamond jewelry worth a whopping $9 million. The jewelry consisted of gorgeous earrings, bangles, and rings from Lorraine Schwartz, who happens to be Kim Kardashian’s preferred jeweler. Beyonce even shared images of her stunning look on her Instagram account after she and Jay-Z attended the Gold Party at Chateau Marmont in West Hollywood with the likes of Kim and Khloe Kardashian, Rihanna, Saweetie, and Diddy.

Bling it on: Beyonce was sparkling on Oscar night. And that is because the singer was wearing a stunning $9million worth of diamond jewelry, according to a report from PageSix

Beyonce dazzled everyone on the Oscar night with her stunning jewelry. It’s reported that the singer was adorned with diamond jewelry worth a whopping $9 million, as per PageSix.

Bling babe: The wife of rapper Jay-Z had on a variety of bling that included earrings, bangles and rings from Lorraine Schwartz, who is Kim Kardashian's favorite jeweler

The wife of rapper Jay-Z was dripping in bling, sporting a variety of earrings, bangles, and rings from the famous jeweler Lorraine Schwartz, who happens to be Kim Kardashian’s favorite. The numbers are truly impressive, even by A-list standards; she rocked 150 carats worth of diamond bangles, a 50-carat emerald-cut ring, a 20-carat cushion-cut ring, a 35-carat pinky ring, and 150 carats on her earrings. Beyoncé absolutely slayed as she opened the Oscars with her stunning performance of Be Alive from the film King Richard. She also made heads turn on the red carpet wearing a strapless neon green Valentino gown while holding onto a Judith Lieber purse worth nearly $4K, and green platform heels by Amina Muaddi Karma ($1,345). Her husband Jay-Z looked like something straight out of a James Bond film in his cream-colored tux jacket with a black tie and white shirt.

B is for Bey Bling: There was 150 carats worth of diamond bangles, a 50-carat emerald-cut ring, a 20-carat cushion-cut ring, a 35 carat pinky ring, and 150 carats on her earrings

B stands for the bling Beyoncé wears, which includes an impressive collection of jewelry pieces. Her accessories feature a total of 150 carats in diamond bangles, a remarkable 50-carat emerald-cut ring, a stunning 20-carat cushion cut ring, a flashy 35 carat pinky ring, and 150 carats gracing her earrings.

The golden couple: Beyonce and Jay-Z looked like royalty on Oscar night

Beyonce and Jay-Z were the epitome of royal elegance on the Oscar night. Beyonce’s dress was a stunning curve-hugging piece that cinched her waist and had a graceful mermaid finish that trailed all the way to the floor. A pair of long sleeves that doubled as a dramatic cap with a train added more glamour to the look, while long gloves made the ensemble even more show-stopping. The singer pulled back her highlighted hair, drawing attention to her regal attire. Jay-Z, on the other hand, opted for a cream-colored tux jacket that he paired with black slacks and dress shoes, completing his sophisticated outfit.

Red carpet look: The singer also delivered on the carpet as she wore a strapless neon yellow Valentino gown

During the Oscars, Beyonce looked stunning in a form-fitting gown that accentuated her curves. The dress had a mermaid finish and cinched at the waist, flowing elegantly to the floor. Beyonce and Jay-Z were not seen on the red carpet prior to the event, but photos of them together later emerged on social media. Maison Valentino’s Instagram page revealed that Beyonce was wearing a custom-made yellow cape and dress from their haute couture collection, designed by @pppiccioli and styled by @marnixmarni. The photo also showed Beyonce and Jay-Z with Perry, who was also dressed in Valentino.

She made it: Kim seen on Oscar night; she stopped by Bey and Jay's party too

Her sis: Khloe also went with Kim to Jay's party

Beyonce shared some photos on her Instagram account way past midnight after hanging out with A-listers such as Kim and Khloe Kardashian, Rihanna, Saweetie, and Diddy at their annual Gold Party held at the Chateau Marmont. The event was graced by many celebrities including Jon Hamm, French Montana, Zoe Kravitz, Troy Kotsur, and Winnie Harlow. During the party, Beyonce gave an impressive performance of Be Alive from the Best Picture nominee, King Richard, which she co-wrote with Dixson. Her 10-year-old daughter, Blue Ivy, was also present, wearing sunglasses and kneeling front and center for part of the performance.

Bey performs: During the ceremony Beyonce delivered a powerful performance of Be Alive from Best Picture nominee King Richard, which she co-wrote with Dixson

The Oscars kicked off with a unique and exciting start, thanks to a dazzling performance from the famous and beloved Beyonce – one of the most prominent figures in the entertainment industry.

Super star cameo! Beyonce's daughter Blue Ivy (center) also appeared in the pre-taped segment

Wow, what a surprise! Blue Ivy, daughter of the famous Beyonce, even made an appearance in the pre-recorded segment. The video started with a group of youth wearing striking lime green attire as they entered the courts. Beyonce, on the other hand, looked stunning in a lime green gown with shorts to match and heels to complete the look. She topped it off with diamond earrings, while her backup dancers donned crop tops and dresses in the same shade of lime green.

Stunning: The ex-Destiny's Child star looked flawless as she belted out the number

Impressive: The former member of Destiny’s Child appeared impeccable as she sang the song with great energy.

Courts: The video package began with a number of young men and women in lime green as they walked up to the courts

The video showcased a group of young men and women dressed in lime green attire as they made their way towards the courts. The singer also gave a shout-out to the City of Compton, which happens to be the hometown of the Williams sisters. Her performance was the first out of the four performances that took place on Oscar Sunday. The other performers included Billie Eilish, who performed the title song from the James Bond film No Time to Die, Reba McEntire, who sang Somehow You Do from Four Good Days, and Sebastian Yatra, who performed Dos Oruguitas from Encanto. Unfortunately, Van Morrison, the fifth nominee, couldn’t perform his song Down to Joy from Belfast due to his touring schedule.

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