Ellen Pompeo, Chris Ivery Cheer on L.A.

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Her beloved Boston Celtics may be eliminated, but basketball fan Ellen Pompeo and her husband Chris Ivery will settle for their second favorite team: the local LA Lakers.

Here's the Grey's Anatomy star and her hubby cheering them on in Game Five of the Western Conference Finals at the Staples Center Wednesday night in Los Angeles ...

Ellen and Chris Watch Lakers

Pompeo and Ivery have been dating for many years, getting engaged on her birthday in November 2006 and married exactly a year later in 2007. They're just the best.

The pregnant star is begininng to show signs of a baby bump, which is awfully cute. Here's a photo of her outside the venue, glowing and showing traces of pregnancy ...

Baby Bump Action

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She's so great. They look so happy. And of course the Lakers are the best.


Ellen is blooming in her pregnancy, and I hope pressures to have a stay thin during a pregnancy don't affect her. It'll be interesting to see how GA cope with her maternity time, lots of hiding behind desks and lots of volumious surgery gowns I guess.


She´s so beautiful and baby bump so sweet... go ellen... If you want a Mcbaby for next Season Please sign here: http://www.petitiononline.com/...


she is beautiful and look's great! i am very happy for her. i love you Ellen.


She is just so beautiful awwwww :-)


Yeah, Ellen and Chris, you look very happy. Go Lakers. You two will make beautiful babies together. So happy for you both.


is it just me, or she really is pale?
but they look very happy


she's a cutie


Ellen and Chris both look very happy!! They must be getting excited for the baby! I think their going to be amazing parents


Awww Ellen she looks adorable!!! Congrats to both :)


Grey's Anatomy Quotes

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Derek: It wouldn't be love if it didn't.

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