Isaiah Washington at Dreamgirls Premiere

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As promised, here are a couple of pictures of Grey's Anatomy star Isaiah Washington and his wife, Jenisa Washington, arriving at the premiere of this week's much-anticipated movie Dreamgirls.

Isaiah Washington Arrives
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The wonderful Katherine Heigl was also in attendance, as were Eric Dane and James Pickens, Jr., giving the cast a strong presence at this movie opening.

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What a wonderful surprise. I saw Dream Girls tonight and it was outstanding. Jennifer Hudson deserves every honor she is going to receive for her performance in this show. Actually every single person was really good, but Jennifer Hudson just blew me away as Effie. A pleasant surpise was that Adele, Loretta Divine, had a small part when she sings in one scene. It was really so well done. I highly recommend the movie.


Yeah!! Thank you. What nice pictures. They always look so happy. It was so nice of you to find these pictures for the Burke and Cristina fans like me. In the first year of the show there were lots of pictures of Sandra Oh and Isaiah at events. In the last year the pictures are primarily of Isaiah and Jenisa. That is probably better for his marriage, but I love the pictures of Sandra and Isaiah. There are several of the two of them together when Sandra has on that black and white dress that you have in the section on her girl of the week, or whatever the honor was, from GQ. I really like Jennifer Hudson, one of the stars of Dream Girls. She is from Chicago, too.


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