Katherine Heigl Greets Justin Chambers

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Katherine Heigl greeted Grey's Anatomy co-star and sort-of on-screen boyfriend Justin Chambers at her 30th birthday dinner at L.A.'s Rose restaurant Monday.

Both are happily married to others, of course (Katherine to singer Josh Kelley and Justin to former modeling agent Keisha, with whom he has five children), but it's always neat to see our favorite cast members hanging out as friends together off the set ...

Justin Chambers and Katherine Heigl

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please, izzie and alex together for ever.
alex can stay with anybody else, they are the perfect couple

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Hey, i really can't see justin with anyone, it really hurts me a lot ,

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I really really love to see and hope that izzie and alex will end up together in grey's anatomy. I love their love story! I wish that their lovestory will prevail in the series.

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Looks like Katherine is trying to breat feed Justin! Look she is offering him one of her boobs.Hahhaaa...how sweet.

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The hours at Grey's Anatomy are long and punishing.
Justin needs to get more rest.
I do love him as an actor.

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Melissa... thats fake fur... Justin does look bad :(... I hope he is ok...
and Katie looks gorgeous!

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Is that fur? Turnoff.

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He just looks tired!!

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yeah, justin looks like he needs some vitamins and some sleep! poor guy looks spent!

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its not that i am defending him, but he DOES look sick or tired :S

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