Jewel-drenched earrings are always a stand-out at coveted red carpet awards shows, but the love doesn’t stop there. This edition of CJG looks at the ear candy celebs favor for movie premieres, galas, awards events and other events. The drop and chandelier-style earring, along with styles in various hues of color, prove to be the favorite.

TV actress Shaun Robinson (below) wore Adeler’s 18-karat gold earrings ($3,420) to the 11th Annual Harold Pump Foundation Gala in Century City, California.

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CSI: Miami’s Emma Bell (below) wore Brumani’s white and pink gold with crystal earrings ($1,551), from the Looping Shine Collection, to the premiere of Final Destination 5 in Hollywood.

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Also accessorizing in Brumani was NCIS actress Cote de Pablo, who wore Brumani’s Baobab Collection earrings in 18-karat yellow gold with brown diamonds, aquamarine, ruby and pink tourmaline (below, $20,227) to the 2011 NCLR ALMA Awards in Santa Monica.

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Reality TV-star Kristen Cavallari (below) wore Baccarat’s iridescent ruby earrings ($720), from the Pampilles Collection, to a Dancing with the Stars event in Los Angeles.

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The Big Bang Theory’s Melissa Rauch (below) wore Diamond in the Rough’s 18-karat white gold “Champagne Bubbles” earrings with 34 rough diamonds and micro-pavé accents ($58,000) to the Emmy Awards in Los Angeles.

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Modern Family’s Sarah Hyland (below) wore Arunashi’s fire opal Orchid earrings with sapphires and diamonds ($32,400) to an Emmy Nomination Celebration in West Hollywood.

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Twilight star Nikki Reed married American Idol’s Paul McDonald in Tacori’s 18-karat white gold elongated pear-shaped earrings, with strings of diamonds curving into tear-drop shapes (below, $6,610).

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Singer Ciara (below) wore Hellmuth drop earrings in blackened silver with 60 full-cut diamonds ($1,256) to a Paris Fashion Week runway show for designer Barbara Bui.

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TV actress Stacy Keibler (below) wore Amrapali’s 14-karat gold Victorian diamond earrings ($2,490) to a premiere of The Descendants in Paris with beau George Clooney (below, right) this month.

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Actress and comedian Kathy Griffin (below) wore Privé Jewellery’s 1802 18-karat yellow gold earrings with diamonds and malachite ($13,522) to the Emmys.

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Californication’s Carla Gugino (below) wore Sutra’s 18-karat white gold chandelier earrings with rough diamonds to a Los Angeles premier
e of The Mighty Macs.

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Mad Men’s Cara Buono wore Neil Lane’s pink tourmaline and diamond drop earrings set in platinum (below, $30,000) to the Emmys.

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Also spotted accessorizing with Neil Lane jewels was actress Rebecca Romijn, who wore the designer’s garnet and diamond chandelier earrings in gold (below) to the Emmys.

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From the new “Murder She Wrote” collection, The Rum Diary’s Amber Heard wore Stephen Webster’s Barbed Wire earrings in 18-karat white gold with white diamonds to the Hollywood Film Awards in Beverly Hills.

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Footloose star Julianne Hough (below) wore M.C.L. by Matthew Campbell Laurenza pavé hoop earrings ($650) to the set of Extra in Los Angeles this month.

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Actress Milla Jovovich wore Jacob & Co. black-plated white gold Deco chandelier earrings, adorned with black and white diamonds, to a premiere of The Three Musketeers in 3D in London.

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