Cher's Ring Game on The Voice Is Insane

10/17/2013 at 05:00 PM ET

Cher jewelry, The Voice

You’ve already read The Voice recaps and watched the battles on repeat. Now it’s time to talk about the major style moment on this week’s episode of the hit singing competition: Cher’s crazy rings! The iconic singer has returned as a guest mentor this season, and her jewelry has captivated our attention just as much as her advice to the contestants.

So of course we had to find out all the details on her major hand bling. First thing to know: It’s all by Colette jewelry. The vintage-looking diamonds and emerald hand jewelry (top right) is from the jeweler’s Alas collection. Next up, is an 18-carat gold two-headed snake ring (made for two fingers) designed with diamonds. And lastly, the bling-iest of all: a diamond filigree scroll piece of hand jewelry that we can’t stop staring at. Get a closer look at the three pieces below.

RELATED: Get the latest on star jewels here!

Cher jewelry, The VoiceCourtesy Colette Jewelry

Another reason we’re buzzing about Cher: her hair. While it’s not as dramatic as the wig she wore last season, she’s gone from signature glossy Cher hair to a banged orange bob without blinking an eye.

What do you think of Cher’s jewelry style? Do you like the hand rings? Are you a fan of her on The Voice?

–Brittany Talarico

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