The E! News reporter previously gave PEOPLE the exclusive details on her replacement bling
Keltie Knight is back on the red carpet — and her jewelry is intact.
At the 2024 Grammys, the E! News reporter was once again on duty and she had her brand new "bigger" diamond ring on her finger that replaced the 4-carat stone she lost at the 2024 Golden Globes just a few weeks ago.
Knight, 42, wore a plunging yellow long-sleeve dress for the Grammys, but the star of her look was her new ring: a 14K yellow gold design featuring a 5-carat princess diamond that she designed in collaboration with With Clarity. The fine jeweler reached out to Knight after hearing about her diamond debacle at the Golden Globes.
"Diamondgate," as Knight called it, all started on Jan. 7, when the Lady Gang podcast host, 42, lost the diamond from her 10-year anniversary ring on the red carpet. The incident, which she told PEOPLE made her feel like a "fool," was made even harder by the fact that her ring wasn't insured and by the fact that everyone was watching it happen because of where it happened.
"Everywhere I went, whether it be the grocery store or my niece’s school production of Legally Blonde, strangers were coming up to me asking 'Did you find the ring?'" she shared.
She never found her original diamond — she previously told PEOPLE that it's “probably stuck to the bottom of someone’s shoe or Jennifer Lopez’s rose cape" — which is why it only made sense to replace the ring and go "bigger" with the 5-carat stone.
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And of course she's showing off her ring on the red carpet while posing for photos. She told PEOPLE her entire outfit was intentional to suit the ring.
"I specifically chose my red carpet dress to match with the new ring!" she gushed.
And while she's happy with her new bling — and for what is hopefully an end to "Diamondgate" — she's learned a very important lesson from all of this.
"I decided to turn it into a learning [lesson] and remind [others] to check and insure your pieces!"
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