We finally know what Rita Ora‘s engagement ring looks like—and it was worth the wait.

During a recent guest appearance on The Tonight Show, the “Let You Love Me” singer, who recently confirmed her marriage to Taika Waititi, showed off the unique sparkler to host Jimmy Fallon.

“I actually have never shown anyone my ring,” Ora said. “It’s my first time showing my ring, so because I love you and I feel like you’re part of our relationship weirdly because we watch you every night. Is that creepy?”

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“No, it’s not. I feel like I’m part of the relationship as well,” Fallon joked back.

Ora offered her left hand to Fallon, displaying a large bezel-set green emerald with a delicate diamond halo on a gold wedding band.

“He did good,” Ora said.

When asked if she helped pick out the ring, she added, “Well, I may have. … When you know what you want—and I felt like I really knew that I wanted to be with his person. I just wanted it to feel really right, and so I may have taken him to the shop, and I may have pointed out exactly what ring I wanted.”

Rita Ora Engagement Ring
Photo: Youtube

The duo also chatted about Ora’s newest single, “You Only Love Me.” She explained the personal meaning behind the new song.

“I’m just so excited about this music, not just because it’s mine, but because … I feel like the journey it took me to get to this point and the past two years, my life has changed so drastically. And making a decision to really spend the rest of your life with someone is a kind of big decision, you know? So it got me writing again, and I just really got inspired by love,” she said.

She added, “That’s what I wrote all my feelings about. And it’s nice to capture the moment. So I feel like this is more than just music. It’s like a moment in life for me.”

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Rita Ora and Taika Waititi
Rita Ora and Taika Waititi (Photo: Phillip Faraone)

This article originally appeared in Harper’s BAZAAR US.