Ellen Pompeo, Fiance at Costume Gala

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Just a few pictures of Ellen Pompeo and her fiance, Chris Ivery, at the Costume Institute Gala in New York this week. Click to enlarge!

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Ellen Pompeo, Fiance at Costume Gala
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Ellen & Chris Ivery

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That is a great pic of Ellen. I wish she did more with her hair on the show than she does because she is really pretty when she dresses all up with her different hair styles.
Also, I'm sorry, I just like her better with Patrick! (ha)

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She really is pretty. She looks good in anything but that is a really nice dress on her. Very nice.

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wow she sure is pretty and nice dress too. I thought ellen is blond, why does her hair keeps changing? it looks kind of golden brown.

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