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Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Brad Womack Proposes with a Neil Lane Diamond Ring


Brad Womack Proposes to Emily Maynard with 
Neil Lane Diamond Ring 
during the dramatic two-hour season finale
 of ABC's hit romance reality series 
"The Bachelor"

 Hollywood’s celebrated jewelry designer Neil Lane added sparkle to ABC’s The Bachelor, when Brad Womack proposed to Emily Maynard with a diamond and platinum ring set with a central cushion cut diamond and further accented with 263 round brilliant cut diamonds, approximate total diamond weight is 3 carats, hand-crafted, designed and signed by Neil Lane.

Hosted by Chris Harrison, The Bachelor is produced by Next Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon Television and airs at 8/7 Central on ABC. In the hit primetime reality series, one lucky man is offered the chance to find true love. After shocking Bachelor fans by rejecting both of his final bachelorettes three years ago, Womack returned having undergone a radical, personal transformation that he feels sure has readied him to make a genuine commitment to a relationship. Throughout the season, the Bachelor became acquainted with a bevy of beautiful bachelorettes, gradually narrowing the field.  At the end of the romantic voyage, he was ready to make a commitment and proposed with a Neil Lane diamond ring.   

Neil Lane is the favorite jeweler for Hollywood brides-to-be. Lane has supplied engagement rings for Reese Witherspoon, Kate Hudson, Sandra Bullock, Brooke Shields, Nicole Richie and Jennifer Hudson, among others.  He recently unveiled his new Neil Lane Bridal™ collection at Kay® Jewelers.


As the leading Hollywood jewelry designer, Neil Lane has been hailed in the media as "The King of Bling" and the "Ace of Diamonds."

For more information on The Bachelor, visit http://abc.go.com/shows/the-bachelor 
To learn more about Neil Lane visit http://www.neillanejewelry.com 
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