Fashion Lady Gaga Showed Up to the Met Gala in Over a Million Dollars Worth of Jewels Don't let her four different outfits distract you from those rings. By Samantha Sutton Samantha Sutton Instagram Samantha is InStyle's senior fashion editor. She joined the brand in 2019 and oversees the site's fashion coverage, including trend reporting, fashion exclusives, celebrity style interviews, and Fashion Week coverage. InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on May 6, 2019 @ 07:15PM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: John Shearer/Getty Images VIDEO: You Have to See All Four of Lady Gaga's Met Gala Looks Lady Gaga put on a full performance when she arrived at the 2019 Met Gala, changing her outfit a whopping four times within a matter of minutes. But as the layers came off and the star made a variety of dramatic faces, our eyes couldn't help but focus in on her sparkly little extras. That necklace! Those rings! These tiny (read: not that tiny) Tiffany & Co. details — which she also switched up with the transformation — can not be forgotten, especially since, together, they total over a million dollars. ANGELA WEISS/Getty Images You'll have to zoom in, of course, to get the full effect of what the star had on. But let it be known that one — just one! — of Lady Gaga's rings (which she somehow slipped on at some point during the night) cost $1,165,000 and included a 15 carat (approximately) diamond. Her platinim diamond earrings were $349,000, and her butterfly necklace was so extravagant, it's "price upon request." In other words, she should probably put those babies in a safe place if she's headed to any Met Gala after parties. Karwai Tang/Getty Images In true Gaga fashion, the star made sure to pose so that we could see her Tiffany Blue Book Collection necklace and her purple sapphire, pink sapphire, pink spinel, rubellite, and diamond rings. Karwai Tang/Getty Images These pieces only added to standout final ensemble and are definitely worth a shoutout of their own. Courtesy Tiffany & Co. Tiffany & Co. shared a sketch with us and revealed via email that Lady Gaga said, "As Susan Sontag suggested in her 1964 essay, camp is above all a mode of enjoyment and appreciation. I chose to wear Tiffany’s solid gold butterfly, which is dressed in radiant diamonds, as the epitome of enjoyment and appreciation above all else. It’s a moment of fantastical glamour and an appreciation of the glorious beauty of nature.” Courtesy Tiffany & Co. She clearly looked happy to be putting on this beautiful necklace as she got ready for the event.