"It means so much that you called it out,” said the 'Fast & Furious' star
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is such a gem!
The multi-talented entertainer gifted a vintage piece of jewelry to ESPN host Molly Qerim during a segment on the First Take talk series.
Johnson, 51, gifted the host a vintage David Yurman Empire Signet sterling silver ring that includes black diamonds after Qerim expressed her admiration for the piece of jewelry.
“That pinky ring, I don't know if that's vintage, but I'm obsessed with rings, if you can tell I've been staring at it the entire show,” Qerim told Johnson as the segment concluded. “It's amazing.”
Johnson promptly took the ring off his pinky, handed it to the host, and simply told her, “There you go.”
“No. Are you serious? Stop it. This is incredible,” said Qerim.
“So [WWE President] Nick Khan's sister-in-law Lisette Mora is one of my dear friends, and she's my stylist, and I was literally going to text her, like, we need something like this vintage,” shared the host.
“It is vintage. It means a lot to me, but it means so much that you called it out,” said the former WWE star.
Qerim confirmed one more time if he wanted to gift the ring, to which he unequivocally replied, “Absolutely, 100%. Yes.”
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After the episode aired, Qerim and the First Take shared a collaborative Instagram post highlighting the special moment between the host and actor.
“I’ve been very blessed to interview some amazing people over the yrs, but there is a special energy & light to The Rock,” she wrote in the post’s caption. “Tough guy, but you can feel his heart. He’s humble & sees people. No accident he’s so successful. Grateful!”
The First Take account added, “This is so so kind ❤️.”
In the video, the Moana star wore a long-sleeved black turtle neck and denim jeans that he accessorized with a gold chain and black fanny pack. His signature bald head was covered in faux hair fit for the ‘90s.
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