Another one bites the dust!
The North Carolina beauty was presented with a 2.5-carat emerald-cut diamond ring surrounded by 87 smaller diamonds when Jef popped the question earlier this year.
But as the rules of the dating reality show go, if the couple do not tie the knot, the engagement ring has to be returned, because it is provided by celebrity jeweler Neil Lane.
"Emily is a little embarrassed that this is the second engagement ring that she is returning," a source told RadarOnline. "It definitely isn't something she is proud of."
The blonde bombshell will have to give the bling back as soon as she can get back to Los Angeles which will reportedly be within the next week or so.
The single mom's romance with Bachelor Brad Womack ended last May, and she returned the $50,000 3-carat sparkler when they called it quits.
Neil also has another ring coming his way — because Bachelor Ben Flajnik's engagement to Courtney Robertson also ended this month, and she'll have to hand over her $80,000 ring.