Ellen Pompeo, Chris Ivery Cheer on Celtics

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Here's a great shot of Grey's Anatomy star Ellen Pompeo and husband Chris Ivery at Boston's TD Banknorth Garden last night, where they watched the Boston Celtics defeat the visiting Detroit Pistons, 106-102, in a thrilling contest ...

Ellen and Chris in Boston

Ellen Pompeo and Chris Ivery nervously root on their Boston Celtics.

The Boston Globe wrote that "there were many familiar faces at last night's pivotal Game 5 against the Pistons, including long-suffering C's fan Donnie Wahlberg, and actors Louis CK, Mark Ruffalo, and Lakers partisan Leonardo DiCaprio, all of whom are in town shooting movies. Director Penny Marshall was courtside, as was Grey's Anatomy actress Ellen Pompeo, an Everett native whose credentials as a Celtics fan are unquestioned, and her husband Chris Ivery."

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AAWWWWW LOVE HER
I love how loyal they are. looking great..... :D

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