Ellen Pompeo Rocks

Ellen Pompeo Rocks

Yes she does. Here she's rocking a Barack Obama t-shirt!
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Ellen and Chris in Boston

Ellen and Chris in Boston

Ellen Pompeo and Chris Ivery take in a Celtics game at TD Banknorth Garden in Boston. May 2008.
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Ellen and Chris: Baseball Style

Ellen and Chris: Baseball Style

Ellen Pompeo and husband Chris Ivery - along with poodles Gigi and Valentino - take in a local baseball game over the weekend in May 2008. So cute!
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Pompeo

Pompeo

Ellen Pompeo looks every bit her cute, smiling self as she walks in L.A. May 2008.
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Ellen Pompeo Gets Flowers!

Ellen Pompeo Gets Flowers!

Seriously... who wouldn't like to give Ellen Pompeo flowers? We would...
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EP in the House

EP in the House

Ellen Pompeo rocks. There is little else to say at this point.
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Ellen Exercises

Ellen Exercises

Ellen Pompeo was seen working out in L.A. in April 2008. She's so cute.
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Wonderful and Sweet

Wonderful and Sweet

To us, it doesn't get better than Ellen Pompeo. This Grey's Anatomy star lights up the screen as Meredith Grey and is one of our favorite celebs in real life.
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Ellen P.

Ellen P.

Ellen Pompeo, that is. EP for short. The Grey's Anatomy star is as talented as she is beautiful.
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Behind the Scenes with Ellen

Behind the Scenes with Ellen

Ellen Pompeo: It's how she rolls! We love the Grey's Anatomy star on and off the set.
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Ellen Dog Walking (Carrying)

Ellen Dog Walking (Carrying)

Ellen Pompeo walks (carries) her dog in L.A. in April 2008. It's about time Grey's Anatomy returned, and we can't wait for the new episodes!
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Ellen Pompeo and Dogs

Ellen Pompeo and Dogs

Ellen Pompeo plays with her pups in Los Angeles. How very nice for her... they are quite cute, we must say.
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Grey's Anatomy Quotes

Everything comes apart at some point. We all will. It's the law. It's what we're designed to do. We have to face it, and accept it, and try to hold it together for as long as we can.

Meredith

Freezing, choking, getting tongue-tied--there's a reason it happens. We lose our words because the stakes are so high and we have so much to lose. We're petrified of saying too much, or saying it wrong. When the truth is,the only wrong thing you can say is nothing at all.

Jackson