Oscars 2019: Susanna Reid presents Good Morning Britain wearing half a MILLION dollars worth of jewellery


SUSANNA Reid donned half a million dollars worth of jewellery on Good Morning Britain’s Oscar special.

The 48-year-old looked glamorous in a gold sequin bardot gown as she presented the ITV morning special live from the Beverly Hills Hotel in Los Angeles with co-host Piers Morgan.

Susanna Reid donned half a million dollars worth of jewellery on Good Morning Britain’s Oscar special

Amplifying her glittering look, the mother-of-three wore a diamond necklace and complementing drop-earrings that were worth a whopping $500,000 (£382,252).

Speaking to Piers, she said: “Well you told me to be draped in diamonds if I wanted to come along to the Oscars with you.

Showcasing her pricey accessories, Susanna continued: “I’ve very kindly been lent, I’d like to say rather than purchased, these earrings [were] $170,000 (£130,000).

“£300,000 worth of necklace. So nearly half a million dollars worth of diamonds.


Her diamond necklace was worth $300,000[/caption]


The 48-year-old presented the show with co-host Piers Morgan[/caption]

Adding: “There was a bangle as well but it was too tiny for my wrist because I’m not Hollywood dimensions.”

The pair were live from the Oscars, which had only just wrapped on up, and while chatting to Elliot Gould, were absolutely floored when Mark Ronson crashed their set.

The GMB Oscars special wasn’t without it’s hiccups when Mark Ronson gatecrashed the set – forcing Susanna to share her mic.

The musician had just picked up the award for Best Original Song at the Oscars when he turned up on set to show off his gong.


Susanna went over to share a mic with Mark[/caption]

Interrupting an interview with Hollywood legend Elliot Gould, Mark was warmly welcomed by the hosts before realising viewers were struggling to hear him.

Susanna said: “I’m just wondering if we can actually hear you.

“If we can’t I’m going to come over here and share my mic with you. I’m going to pop that there.”

She stood with her arm resting on Mark’s shoulder as she joked about starting the entire interview from scratch.


Mark said: “Considering my day job is putting microphones in front of people, I do feel a bit stupid.”

Later in the show there was more havoc live on air as Piers stormed off set to confront Leonardo DiCaprio after he asked “Piers who?” backstage at the Oscars bash.

The presenter was annoyed he’d been shunned by the Hollywood A-Lister and jokingly threatened to go head to head with him at the Vanity Fair after-party.


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