Nick Cannon Wears The Expensive Shoes On The Show!
“America’s Got Talent” anchor Nick Cannon was really dressed up the Finale on Wednesday as he wore shoes worth $2 million. The magician Mat Franco took home $1 million prize after winning Wednesday’s ‘AGT’ finale, Nick made the show’s finale go viral with his expensive shoes. He wore Tom Ford which has “14,000 full-cut round shaped white diamonds which are made to set white gold. The total carat weight goes up 340 carats.” This is been reported by women’s wear daily!
The shoes were kind of celebrated on the show as the America’s Got Talent’s” Instagram shared picture of the host with those pricy loafers! The caption followed saying, “We’re looking at $1 million worth of shoe here,”. Cannon did not hesitate to praise the shoes as he wrote on his Twitter account. He said, “The most expensive shoes In the world!! 2 million dollar custom @TomFord @JasonofBH Maybe I should donate them to charity. Any suggestions?”
The shoes are designed by the ace jewelry designer Jason Arasheben, who is founder of Jason of the Beverly Hills. The story behind these expensive shoes is very interesting to know. The Jewelry designer said, “Not very often do I get a request for the most expensive shoes in the world. When Nick approached me last year, he said he wanted to make history and be so over-the-top. He wanted to set a new standard in diamonds. ‘How can we make the most expensive pair of shoes in the world and make this finale special?’ he asked me.” It was indeed not an easy task. Arasheben added to the story as it took him 2,000 work hours and a complete year to make this bedazzled shoes a reality! The story does not end here. The designer adds, “It took four months alone to source all of the diamonds and create them the same size to make the shoe.”
These shoes may look delicate but they are quite sturdy according to Arasheben. He further explained that as far as Nick is not doing anything aggressive with the shoes, nothing will go wrong with them! Cannon is planning to donate shoes for a noble cause.