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Justin Chambers @ Knott's Berry Farm

Justin Chambers @ Knott's Berry Farm

Grey’s Anatomy star Justin Chambers, aka Dr. Alex Karev, and his wife Keisha start off the new year at the Knott’s Berry Farm amusement park in Buena Park, Calif. on Wednesday.

The Chambers brought along their five children — Isabella, 12, fraternal twins Maya and Kaila, 10, Eva, 8, and Jackson, 6.

JACKSON. IS. SO. CUTE.

Grey’s returns with one all-new episode (”Lay Your Hands On Me”) on Thursday, Jan 10. It’s the last one completed before the writers’ strike.

More pictures inside of Justin Chambers, 37, at Knott’s Berry Farm…

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68 Responses to “Justin Chambers @ Knott's Berry Farm”

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  1. 51
    curliegurl Says:

    PEOPLE…believeit or not, Latin Americans can be black. The same way Americans can be black.

  2. 52
    ViK Says:

    Oh stop bitchin’! Some of you white folks can’t stand to see him with a woman who isn’t white! Get over it. He loves her and that’s ALL that matters. imo, they are a beautiful couple and their mixed babies are BEAUTIFUL!

  3. 53
    Tyra Says:

    Speak on it, Vik!

    They seem to be a very close and loving family. The family I grew up with doesn’t even come CLOSE to what I see when I look at their family.

  4. 54
    Madonna Says:

    I know it says so at the top, but WHO?

  5. 55
    Person Says:

    That would be Buena PARK, CA

  6. 56
    greatness Says:

    #30. Spoken like a true hater. And I guess she’s SOOO ugly that it was just torture for him to marry her AND have FIVE kids with her.

  7. 57
    anet Says:

    ahhh great family…

  8. 58
    If She was Asian and from cuba Says:

    Would she be be considered LATIN/HISPANIC to you then? No. She would be called Asian of Cuban nationality.

    Similarly……….A black woman born anywhere in the world is still of the black race.

    Some people are not that smart…………….

  9. 59
    Po Says:

    omg….I didn’t know he has children…Well, not five !
    My dream’s just been crashed.

    Anyway, He’s like the hottest dad ever…Wow.

  10. 60
    caliblonde Says:

    why is there an arguement about her race, keisha is black also Latin or latino is not a race, hispanic isn’t either its an ethnic group made up of there different races white spanish people from spain, black africans and native americans , thats why hispanics or latinos look the way they do some are “white” some are “black” and some look “indian or native american” so saying she not black shes latin is really stupid

  11. 61
    caliblonde Says:

    anyway back to the main point of this post which is THE FAMILY , I think they are really cute they are not a fake hollywood one I love that about them

  12. 62
    dreamchaser Says:

    celebrex, i’m so glad you pointed out that even if she’s domnican…she can still be BLACK. and you’re right, dominican is a NATIONALITY…NOT an ethnicity. although, a lot of latins seem to be too ignorant to realize the difference. i visited the dominican last year and they have black people there who are often darker than a lot of black americans. the slave ships stopped there just like they did in america. no difference…they are just blacks who speak spanish. that’s all. his wife is a black woman…regardless if she’s dominican…she’s still black. you can LOOK at her and see it.

  13. 63
    McHottie Says:

    AHHHHHHHHHHHH I hate His wife I LOVE Grey’s Anatomy he should be witha Izzie cuz they make a cute couple!!!!!!!!!!

    Holla McHottie

  14. 64
    NIKKI Says:

    As a JC fan — I am very offended EVERYTIME an article on him is posted, and Keisha’s race seems to come the main topic.

  15. 65
    toro2525 Says:

    Ok, being 3rd generation Dominican-American, I think I can clarify a little more on the issue. For the most part, the majority of Dominicans are of mixed ancestry (Spanish and African – even French – with some Taino/Arawak indigenous blood), with the remainder being of pure African or Spanish descent, and the remainder being Asian, European and Middle Eastern whose ancestors immigrated to the island around the beginning of the 20th century, and the Haitians who also come into the country (DR) to work. Looking at Dominicans here in the states and on the island, we run the gamut of the color spectrum – from the very fair to the very dark, and the mixture of three continents is very evident, just like in Brazil.

    In regards to the label of ‘black,’ many Dominicans do not consider themselves ‘black’ (much like many dark skinned Brazilians do not consider themselves black) because of the mixture. Now, some people, especially here in the US consider it to be a form of ‘denial’ of ones heritage (black), and I myself here that all the time when people attempt to put me in the box of being a BLACK american. Ill be the first to correct and say that I am a DOMINICAN-american of mixed ancestry. It doesnt negate one’s blackness, it just puts it in the the broader context and sense that hey – it isnt just black, there are other aspects of my family that are here as well, not just one (even looking at my family, one can see the mixture). And NO, this has nothing to do with a colonial mentality, but embracing EVERY facet of one’s heritage. And this is especially the case in those countries OUTSIDE the US who do not conform to such restrictive labels of ‘black’ or ‘white’ (though some do, albeit informally) and whose history and ancestry is nothing but a constant mixture will acknowledge more of the mixture than being just ‘black’ or ‘white.’ Now, it is something of a novelty here going BEYOND those labels, being that people (black AND white) here are still of the ‘one drop rule’ mindset in this country (which was racist legislation that was passed at the first quarter of the century, by the way) and will resort to the tactic of labeling that person ‘black’ because a person may ‘look it’ in features or by the dark complexion, regardless of their racial composite, surname or anything else that they may not know about that person.

    To have people bring a different approach to race in this day and age, well, I wont hold my breath. But to those who do see the shades of gray in between the ‘black’ and ‘white,’ I definitely commend you on your enlightened mindset. Hope this helps to demystify some of the debate.

  16. 66
    Adolph Says:

    That’s my son sitting in front of you on the roller coaster ride.
    He was there for the Rose Parade, and traveled all the way
    from Niceville, FL to march with his high school band in the
    parade. He was shocked to see his photo with a celebrity.
    His name is Johnny.

  17. 67
    Abby Says:

    Isabella is my bffl!!!!! she hasn’t been going to our school for a few years now tho… but shes coming back this friday – THE LAST DAY OF SCHOOL!!!!! yay!!!!!!! lol shes really nice and fun 2 be around and we R gettin together Wed. after school.
    – <3Abby<3

  18. 68
    Trina Perez Says:

    @sonitera: A lot of Latinos are of African descent. Slaves were transported to Latin America first. learn history. I’m a black Latino, Dominican. And my ancestors are African and Indian. Brazil Costa Rica, Puerto Rico, etc.. all have African ancestry

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