Ellen Pompeo Out For a Stroll

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Grey's Anatomy star Ellen Pompeo was spotted out walking (or at least carrying) her dog in Los Angeles yesterday. Not sure if that's Gigi or Valentino, but we're certain about one thing - we're thrilled Grey's Anatomy is back Thursday!

Ellen Dog Walking (Carrying)

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Elleen Pompeo is a beautiful and gorgeus actress .

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awwwwww I love her!!!! thanks for the pic!!

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hahahah~ Ellen's McDog!!!! LOL love this pic!!XD

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Love Ellen..am counting the days until the BIG Return! Does anyone else think Ellen might have had her teeth or nose tweeked just a bit? I noticed it the most on her Late Night appearance...can't put my finger on what is a bit different..she ALWAYS looks great and I love her..just curious if anyone else noticed?

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Shes amazing! LOL it looks like shes flying cuz both her feet r barelt touching the ground!

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Love Ellen!!!!!!! Thanks for the picture!!!!!!!

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love ELLEN! hope more pics. thanks.

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love ellen....thks for the pic

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aaaa soo cute. her carrying her dog :) lol
thanks for the ellen pic. love her

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