Ellen Pompeo Picks Up Some Flowers

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Nothing spectacular here (except the actress herself). Just a picture we came across of Ellen Pompeo buying some flowers in West Hollywood. Could they be for fiance Chris Ivery? Who knows. We love Ellen, though!

Ellen Goes Flower Shopping

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She definately hasn't gained weight! NO WAY! Someone commented on another picture of her and said she looked pregnant! That's outrageous! If by some chance she is pregnant, she sure doesn't look like it! I love Ellen to death! She's amazing. She's my role model and a great one at that!


wow, okay, she definitley does NOT look like she's gained weight, it's probably just the baggy t-shirt.


i really like her hair that length


She looks amazing but i don´t like her t-shirt. It looks guys t-shirt. Can i also ask how you put the smiey faces on your comments?.


She doesn't look like she gained weight. She has on bagge jeans. She always looks good. You Go Mer.!!!


Wonderful Ellen
love her to pieces. She is cute and looks so free here... you know like normal people. :)
She does always buy the same flowers, she loves this kind.


I love Ellen.
Shes adorable and amazing. she looks as if she gained some weight though. always looks amazing no matter though. :)


i love ellen soo much thnks sooo mich for posting!!!!


Yeah we certainly do love ellen. What is she going to do with a trolley full of flowers? maybe plant them in her garden or something? anyway thks for the post.

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