Katherine Heigl Hits Up Baggage Claim

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Looking fresh-faced and pretty as ever, Grey's Anatomy star Katherine Heigl (Izzie Stevens) picked up her bags at the Los Angeles International Airport Sunday ...

Fresh Faced Katherine

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ye, the hair looks a weird color , yellow. A jaundiced yellow. Like yellow journalism.

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she is my fav.
if she leavess with the brain tumor on the show i'm not watchingg it

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how can someone look so good after being on a flight?!!!
love her! she is gorgeous!... i wish i could meet her...
darn it! why wasnt she there when i got to LAX?!
lol thanks 4 the pic!

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yup the hair looks weird

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ahhh i have those glasses that are on her head!!!

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she gives "pretty" new meaning.... i wish i looked like that when i dressed up, let alone for hanging out at a baggage claim!! SHEESH!

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YELLOW!! It looks like she dyed it for Halloween-a little late!

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I think its the lighting....shes gotten so thin!

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yep, her hair looks yellow xD

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she looks as gorgeous as ever, yellow hair or not

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