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In the news release, "Black, Bold and Gold at BAFTAS, Grammys Stars in London and Los Angeles LoveGold," issued 10-Feb-2013 by LoveGold over PR Newswire, we are advised by the company that Florence Welch wore rings from Sorellina, rather than Jewelista as originally issued inadvertently. The complete, corrected release follows:

Black, Bold and Gold at BAFTAS, Grammys Stars in London and Los Angeles LoveGold

BAFTA winner Anne Hathaway, Grammy winner Taylor Swift, Grammy nominee Carly Rae Jepsen, and Grammy presenter Jennifer Lopez all chose gold jewelry to accent their award gowns

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. and LONDON, Feb. 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Gold glowed on red carpets around the world tonight as leading ladies of British Film and rock and roll royalty went all out in gold jewelry for their respective big nights.

In London, strong gold jewelry accents proved a refined counterpoint to smart, ladylike, black frocks.  The bracelet continued to rule, with BAFTA winner Anne Hathaway sporting an elaborate gold diamond encrusted bangle, and Laura Whitmore stacking multiple bold cuffs.  Thandie Newton chose enormous gold chandelier earrings, while Andrea Riseborough, standing out in the crowd, accessorized her bright primrose Vivienne Westwood gown with a dainty gold chain necklace from DeBeers.

In Los Angeles, gold glittered on the larger than life celebrants.  Jennifer Lopez, in a daring one shouldered black Anthony Vaccarello dress, struck a pose with a large gold bracelet, as did Carly Rae Jepsen and Kelly Osborne, who both selected Brazilian jeweler H. Stern.  Nicole Kidman, chic in Vera Wang lace rocked a gold serpent bangle in a nod to the Year of the Snake.  The snake trend was also seen on Florence Welch who wore rings from Sorellina.  

Celebrities that wore gold jewelry to the Grammy Awards this year include:

NICOLE KIDMANFred Leighton 19th Century green enamel, diamond, and yellow gold snake cuff and pyramid shaped yellow gold pendant earrings.

CARLY RAE JEPSEN H. Stern Grupo Corpo ring in 18k yellow gold

KELLY OSBOURNE- H. Stern Purangaw earrings in 18k yellow gold, Purangaw bracelet in 18k yellow gold, and vintage sapphire ring in 18k yellow gold with diamonds.

FLORENCE WELCH – Sorellina gold rings

KAT DENNINGSDavid Yurman yellow gold necklace, bracelet, and ring.

Celebrities that wore gold jewelry to the BAFTA Awards this year include Andrea Riseborough, BAFTA winner Anne Hathaway, Thandie Newton and Laura Whitmore.

Photos available upon request.

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