Updated November 12, 2022

How Many Carats is J.Lo's Ring

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When it comes to rings, no one does it quite like Jennifer Lopez. Take a closer look at each of J.Lo's engagement rings from Ben Affleck, A-Rod, and more.

The "Jenny From the Block" singer definitely knows a thing or two about expensive rocks.

Most celebrity engagement rings are impressive. And J.Lo has received five eye-catching rings over the years.

Ever wonder how much that bling is really worth? Find out the carat size and cost of each of Jennifer Lopez's engagement rings.

Ring #1 - Ojani Noa

  • Marquise-cut colorless diamond
  • 3 to 4 carats
  • Cost: $100,000

Lopez's first marriage was in 1997 with Ojani Noa. He proposed with a marquise diamond set on a gold band. The marriage lasted for less than a year before the couple ended their relationship.

They filed for divorce on 1998, but the pair continued to have legal battles years after the split.

Ring #2 - Cris Judd

  • Emerald-cut colorless diamond
  • Approx. 4 carats
  • Cost: $100,000 to $150,000

Lopez met Cris Judd on set of her music video for "Love Don't Cost a Thing," where Judd was featured as a backup dancer.

The couple got married in 2001 after Lopez said yes to an emerald-cut diamond set on a gold diamond-studded band. The two split up about a year later.

Ring #3 - Ben Affleck

  • Radiant-cut pink diamond
  • 6.1 carats
  • Cost: $1.2 million

J.Lo and Ben Affleck met while co-starring in the film Gigli. Affleck proposed in 2002 with an iconic pink diamond ring with white diamond side stones. Colored diamonds weren't very popular at the time, but this engagement really helped to put these rare stones on the map.

The pair ended their relationship in 2004 after a two-year engagement. Recently, the two have rekindled their romance and begun dating again.

Did J.Lo give the ring back? According to multiple sources, Jennifer Lopez never returned the pink diamond engagement ring from Ben Affleck. She also kept the ring she received from A-Rod in 2019, despite breaking off their engagement in 2021.

Ring #4 - Marc Anthony

  • Radiant-cut blue diamond
  • 8.5 carats
  • Cost: $4 million

After dating for just six months, Lopez and Marc Anthony tied the knot in 2004. Instead of a pink engagement ring, Anthony proposed with an even rarer rock: a blue diamond ring with blue diamond side stones.

The couple was married for 10 years before getting a divorce in 2014. The two are still friends and are parents to their twin children.

Ring #5 - Alex Rodriguez

  • Emerald-cut colorless diamond
  • Approx. 15 carats
  • Cost: $1 million to $5 million

Jennifer Lopez dated former baseball player Alex Rodriguez for two years before getting engaged. A-Rod proposed in 2019 with a massive 15-carat, emerald-cut diamond with a solitaire mounting. The exact cost of the engagement ring is unknown, but some experts say it could be worth up to $5 million.

The couple broke off their two-year engagement in 2021, and J.Lo has begun dating Ben Affleck again.

What is J.Lo's net worth? As of 2021, Jennifer Lopez's net worth is estimated to be roughly $400 million. She currently makes about $40 million per year.

Ring #6 - Ben Affleck (2.0)

  • Cushion-cut green diamond
  • Approx. 8 carats
  • Cost: at least $5 million

You know what they say, love is sweeter the second time around. Almost two decades after their split, Lopez and Affleck got back together in 2021.

Then in April 2022, J.Lo said yes to her "second chance at true love" with an ultra-rare cushion-cut green diamond. The stunning center stone is flanked by two trapezoid-shaped stones. The exact price is unknown, but experts think it costs at least $5 million.

But the ring must be priceless for J.Lo, who thinks that great things happen when she's wearing green. And yes, she's also talking about her iconic 2000 green Versace dress. Bennifer finally exchanged I do's in two weddings the same year - first in July and then in August.

Bottom Line

Jennifer Lopez has a gorgeous ring collection, from her first 3-carat diamond ring to her 15-carat number from A-Rod. Just how big is that really? To put it in perspective, the average engagement ring size is just 1 carat.

Donna Tang is a content associate at CreditDonkey, a diamond jeweler comparison and reviews website. Write to Donna Tang at donna.tang@creditdonkey.com. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook for our latest posts.

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