Joe Burrow had quite the reception to his jewelry ahead of the AFC Championship game, and after the Cincinnati Bengals beat the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday to clinch a berth to the Super Bowl.

Asked if the diamonds are real, Burrow replied, “They’re definitely real. I make too much money to have fake ones.”

Burrow had another strong game for the Bengals, as he went 23-for-38 passing for 250 yards, 2 touchdowns and an interception.

Burrow had Bengals fans celebrating in a big way Monday night, and yelling their trademark cheer, “Who Dey?!” as Burrow and another clutch kick from Evan McPherson helped the Bengals to a 27-24 victory over the Chiefs on Sunday.

“Usually when you lose the coin flip to those guys, you’re going home,” said Burrow, the Bengals’ second-year quarterback to CBS Sports after the game. “Our defense really stepped up and made plays in the second half. And on offense we made plays when we had to. I thought the offensive line played really well all day. We started running the ball there at the end and that’s exciting.