For Sandra, Marriage is Oh-ver

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Her character may be working out her relationship, but Sandra Oh is officially single.

The Grey's Anatomy actress'
Oh and Payne
marriage to Sideways writer-director Alexander Payne was terminated on Decesmber. However, the couple's divorce is not finalized, they still have to settle financial issues, according to legal documents obtained by People magazine.

In March 2005, a spokeswoman confirmed that Oh and Payne had "mutually decided to separate." Added the rep: "They have been together for five years and were married in (January) 2003. The couple will remain friends."

Oh filed for divorce the following April in Los Angeles Superior Court. According to her filing, she was seeking spousal support.

In opposing news, Ellen Pompeo recently got engaged to long-time boyfriend, Chris Ivery.

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Yes, her boyfriend's name is Andrew and they are still together. He went to high school with a friend of mine.

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Sandra, I'm sorry to hear that your marriage is over. My prayers are with you both. Just a word: Keep your head UP. You keep me giggleing on the show. I tune in each week, and you never let me down. Keep up he good work. Marlene

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Sandra has been with her new boyfriend, I think his name is Andrew, for about a year now, and rumor has it her ex husband's new lady is Salma Hayak. It is too bad the divorce drug on for so long. That has to be hard on everyone. They were sure good together in Sideways (he as director and she as actress). I hope that she finds her Burke in real life and lives happily ever after.

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