Eric Dane Talks to Ellen DeGeneres

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Hunky Grey's Anatomy star Eric Dane sat down yesterday with Ellen DeGeneres on her talk show, and despite her prodding him to take his shirt off, managed to have a good conversation with the funny host eventually.

A new clip from Season 4, featuring Eric and Patrick Dempsey, is shown at the beginning as Dane is introduced to Ellen's audience. Check it out:

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OTR5pE8v_5o[/youtube]

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he`s so hot but his pronunciation is awful and i felt because i am francofone but there`s something i want to ask it is ellen and patrick are in relationship in real

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Yeah, but his French pronunciation really sucks! lol!!

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He's hot!(and he knows it) :)

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