Justin and Keisha Chambers Attend Charity Auction in Los Angeles

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Grey's Anatomy star Justin Chambers and his wife, Keisha Chambers, were spotted last night at a charity auction for The Art of Elysium in Hollywood.

Happy Married Couple

Better Justin Chambers pictures have surely been taken in the past - he looks a bit Alex Karev-like in this one - but it's nice to see this happy, married couple out supporting a good cause.

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They've been married for 13 years and have 5 kids she looks beautiful and they make a wonderful couple

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well she is so lucky because is so ugly and justin is so beautiful jaja

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hi. um well, am i the only one who think his wife is not so stunning(although I dunno if in person) em but I guess, she's so lucky!! =)

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Justin is so hot i love him!!!!i should be married to him!!!

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justin chambers seems like the complete opposite of alex karev! i lovd seeing pics of his family - never saw pics of his wife/kids before. i agree w/ bonnie: itd be awesome to see family pictures of the cast :)

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I SHOULD BE JUSTIN'S WIFE!!!!

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Keisha looks more like Nia Long than Halle Berry. Beautiful picture!!!

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Justin and Keisha are a beautiful couple. I too am interacially married and it is refreshing to see a couple so devoted to eachother. I saw pictures of Justin's tattoo's, I love the one of Keisha's name in a circle of fire. Congratulations on being married 14 years, my husband and I are going to celebrate 10 years and we are the proud parents of twins. Justin and Keisha I wish you and your family many more happy years.

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