These famous engagement rings are sparkling across the world.
The jewelry that sits around the fingers of these lucky women make just about everyone do a double-take, except the men that bought them.
Are you ready for your jaw to drop and hit the floor?
Put on your jacket. We're about to get real icey.
Purchaser: Brad Penny, SP Detroit Tigers
Ladies, how would you like to get a ring like this one from your man?
It's estimated to be between four and five carats and worth about $95,000.
Purchaser: Mike Fisher
A second hockey player with a serious haul on this list. Although the two have been through some turbulent times with living arrangements, it appears that those waters have now been calmed.
Maybe Underwood took a moment to look down and realize she was wearing such an impressive gem around her finger.
Most women would love to have something like that, right ladies?
Purchaser: Sasha Vujacic
Sasha is blinged out with NBA championship rings, so he felt it only right that his wife have something to show off as well.
The nine carat cushion-cut diamond he chose sparkles in the light fairly well. But for $250,000 (five percent of Sasha's salary this season), you'd think they'd come up with something a little more enticing.
Purchaser: Hank Baskett
Baskett was a fine NFL receiver and played for many teams in the league, but let's be real. Who do you think is the real breadwinner in this house?
But Hank does what he can, and gave his bride "only" 2.25 carats to sport around her finger. Maybe he wanted to keep it classy and under 50K.
It is a princess cut after all.
Purchaser: Daniel Gibson
I've seen Gibson take the court for his Cleveland Cavaliers with money signs shaved into his head before, and apparently he wasn't kidding around.
He put his money where his hair was and ponied up for a nine-carat round cut ring for fiance Keyshia Cole, and reportedly shelled out about $800,000 to pop the question.
Purchaser: Lamar Odom
Odom and Kardashian's wedding might have been a surprise given how short they'd been romantic, but L.O. clearly wasn't playing around when he whipped out the ring.
The lesser-talked about Kardashian got 12.5 carats around her finger, and Kim had about 850,000 reasons to be jealous on that day.
Purchaser: Chad Ochocinco
The star of "Basketball Wives" has been spending her time on the gridiron with NFL wide receiver Chad Ochocinco, and apparently the two are doing a little more than having a friendly game of toss.
Ocho plans to make her the newest part of his love affair with life, and he may have found one of the shiniest diamonds I've ever seen to do it.
Purchaser: Tony Parker
I'm guessing that Parker wishes that he probably hadn't shelled out so much cash for the ring considering how this one ended.
It's too bad that the two have moved in different directions, because the media always loved to get a close up of the disco ball on Longoria's finger.
Purchaser: David Beckham
I've never, ever seen something that massive on someone so dainty.
The ring that husband David bought for the former Posh Spice may weigh more than she does.
Purchaser: Mike Comrie
Who ever said that hockey wasn't popular? Mike Comrie got plenty of attention when he proposed to Hilary Duff.
But people were more fixated on her ring than his skates. A 14-carat diamond worth a cool $1 million.
She's come a long way since her Lizzie McGuire wardrobe.
Purchaser: Enrique Iglesias
Although its reported $5.4 million price tag is heavily in dispute (may be worth just a mere $2.5 instead), the pink diamond that is Kournikova's finger makes her natural appendage almost invisible.
As of a pink diamond weren't already unique enough, Iglesias apparently went for the biggest one that he could find.
And he found it.
Purchaser: Kobe Bryant
Granted that this one wasn't the engagement ring, I still have trouble coming to terms with the idea that the five-time NBA champion shelled out $4 million for this one.
I mean, just look at that ring. That's like something you'd only see with the costume jewelry.
If I owned it, I wouldn't need a mirror. I can see my reflection in it from here.