Mandy Moore attended the recent Emmys Award Show and as she hit the red carpet, one accessory became noticeable and that was her engagement ring. The actress displayed her important bling as she put her left hand on her hip upon her arrival at the Microsoft Theater.

Aside from her important accessory, it was also noticed that Mandy looked stunning in a strapless black and white Carolina Herrera tiered gown along with a flared tulle skirt plus a black bustier. The singer also had her dark hair swept on one side and sported pink fingernails matched with pink lipstick.

According to Mail Online, Moore has been part of the hit series, "This Is Us" which was also nominated for Best Drama Series this year. She has been playing the character of Rebecca Pearson on the said hit NBC series and his performance in the show also gained positive feedbacks since then.

With regards to her engagement ring, it was claimed that Mandy recently got engaged to Taylor Goldsmith who is the front man for the band Dawes. The couple has been dating for two years already after her divorce from rocker Ryan Adam whom she was married to from 2009 until 2016.

Reports added that Moore and her family celebrated her engagement last Tuesday in the Brentwood Area of Los Angeles. In preparation for their wedding, it was said that she and Goldsmith purchased a home in Pasadena, California worth $2.56 million and they are currently renovating this property.

Meanwhile, PEOPLE reported that Mandy's co-star, Susan Kelechi Watson admired Moore on her gown in which the singer gave a response. Mandy said that her style was a lot of dress and her jewelry was the first time Meyer had made something unique for the red carpet. Her stylist, Erica Cloud also helped her achieve her complete her style during the said awards show.

Despite her past divorce from Adams, Moore shared that the idea of walking down the aisle again is not that scary t her anymore. With this, she gave a solid answer by saying that she would definitely get married again this time with Goldsmith.