Paula Patton - 14th Annual Chrysalis Butterfly Ball held at a Private Residence - Arrivals at Private Residence, Chrysalis Butterfly Ball - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 7th June 2015
Paula Patton - 14th Annual Chrysalis Butterfly Ball held at a private residence in the Brentwood County Estates. at Chrysalis Butterfly Ball - Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 6th June 2015
Robin Thicke's dad just made things really awkward... Alan Thicke confessed he listened to his son's music whilst having sex and Robin Thicke is, understandably, not happy about it.
Robin Thicke wants his dad to return all his music after Alan Thicke admits to listening to Robin's 'Sex Therapy' in the bedroom.
The pair have been estranged for over a year, and their divorce will be officially finished next month.
In legal documents obtained by the entertainment website, the ex-couple were formally granted their divorce on March 17th, a full five months after Patton had filed and over a year since they had started living apart in February 2014.
Back then, they said to People “We will always love each other and be best friends. However, we have mutually decided to separate at this time.” The pair were former teenage sweethearts, having met at school. Famously, Thicke dedicated his most recent album, Paula, to her in an attempt to win her back, but its sales were hugely lower than expected.
Continue reading: Robin Thicke And Paula Patton's Divorce Finalised
The 39-year-old actress is trying to look on the positive side after a tumultuous year in her personal life.
It has been just about five months since Paula Patton filed for divorce from her husband Robin Thicke, with whom she was married to for eight years, and despite going through a tumultuous period in personal life this past year, the 39-year-old actress is "doing really well."
Patton is "doing really well" after filing for divorce from Robin Thicke
For the first time since filing the divorce papers, Patton opened up about splitting from her longtime love, who was her high school sweetheart, during a recent appearance on Good Morning America.
Paula Patton - The 87th Annual Oscars - Vanity Fair Oscar Party at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts and The Beverly Hills City Hall - Arrivals at Wallis Annenberg Center, Oscars - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 22nd February 2015
Paula Patton - A host of stars were photographed as they attended the Vanity Fair Oscar Party which was held at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts and The Beverly Hills City Hall in Los Angeles, California, United States - Monday 23rd February 2015
Paula Patton - 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards Arrivals at The Shrine Auditorium - Arrivals at Shrine Auditorium, Screen Actors Guild - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 25th January 2015
The couple separated back in February amid allegations of Thicke's infidelity, but the news sets everything in stone.
In the latest news from what’s been a very bad 2014 for Robin Thicke, it’s been announced that his estranged wife Paula Patton has filed for divorce. The Los Angeles Superior Court confirmed the application to Us Weekly.
Paula Patton has formally applied for divorce from Robin Thicke after months of separation
Patton and Thicke were married for eight years, having been high school sweethearts. The announcement puts a full stop after what was pretty much a fait accompli. Back in February this year the news broke that the couple had split up, with a source close to Thicke stating that “their marriage was unravelling for a long time.”
Continue reading: Paula Patton Applies For Divorce From Robin Thicke
No "Blurred Lines" on this one - Thicke and Patton are putting an end to their life together.
Another nail in the coffin of Robin Thicke and Paula Patton’s relationship – the former couple are selling the family home in Bel Air. According to those real estate sleuths at TMZ, the house went up for sale on Monday, with an asking price of almost $3 million. Thicke could probably use the money, after his most recent album – a reunion plea titled Paula sold abysmal numbers – 530 copies in the UK and just 54 in Australia. At least the couple will get back their investment – the final solace of the divorced couple.
Robin Thicke's most recent plea to Paula Patton failed on all counts.
Although apparently it wasn’t actually the couple’s investment. Thicke’s father purchased the house back in 1990 for a measly $910,000. The pad includes a recording studio where Robin may have worked on songs like Blurred Lines, Lost Without You, and Get Her Back – all of which sounds like the universe is playing a bad joke on the singer.
Robin Thicke's new album, Paula, is set to debut with the worst first-week sales numbers of his career.
What is it called when something surpasses a level of awkwardness where just simply “awkward” becomes an understatement? Saying “that’s so Robin Thicke” may not have a great ring to it, but it’s starting to fit the qualifications pretty perfectly. When Thicke and longtime partner Paula Patton separated this past February, Thicke seemed hellbent on getting back together with her. He dedicated songs to her in concerts, and even debuted his new single, aptly titled ‘Get Her Back,’ live at the Billboard Music Awards back in early May. However, things started getting weird when it was announced that his new album would be titled Paula after his estranged wife. Now that it’s finally released, it’s turning out to be a huge flop commercially, and that’s just adding more sting to the wound.
Robin Thicke’s new album will debut with one of the worst sales weeks of his career
Paula, released on July 1, comes less than a year since Thicke’s last record, Blurred Lines. The album featuring the gigantic single of the same name has gone on to sell nearly 700,000 copies in the United States, but Paula is turning out to be the complete opposite. Billboard reports that the album is expected to sell between 20,000-25,000 copies in its first week. If this holds true, it will mark the lowest debut for Thicke since the release of his second album, The Evolution of Robin Thicke, in 2007 where it came in with 20,000 sold. To compare with Blurred Lines: it sold 177,000 copies in the first week and debuted at #1 in July 2013. However, despite the low sales numbers for Paula, it may still be good enough to notch Thicke a spot in the top ten, which is pretty sad if you think about it – but it’s still not as sad as the Paula situation in general.
Continue reading: Why Did Robin Thicke's 'Paula' Flop In Its First Week?
He thought he knew we wanted it, but only 530 people have bought Robin’s latest album.
Taking your heartache and pain over a failed relationship and trying to turn it into music is nothing new. But when Robin Thicke released Paula he took things to a whole new level. Writing an entire album about your former partner and then going so far as to name the album after her, has turned out not to be the massive romantic gesture Robin Thicke intended it to be. Instead most have found it all pretty creepy, so creepy that only 530 copies of the album have been sold so far in the UK. So does the album’s failure, plus all of Robin’s other actions over the past 12 months mean that Robin Thicke really is the most pathetic man in pop?
Robin's new album Paula has not been the success he was hoping for
Last March Robin Thicke probably couldn't believe how fast his life had changed. Suddenly he’d gone from being a r’n’b singer with limited success, to an international pop sensation, who’d just released the ‘song of the summer.’ Prior to ‘Blurred Lines’s' summer domination, Thicke’s highest charting single had been 2007’s ‘Lost Without U’, which peaked at number 14 on the Billboard charts. Now he was number 1 worldwide, with one of the best selling singles of all time.
Robin Thicke's latest album 'Paula', created in the hopes of winning his wife actress Paula Patton back, has sold only 530 copies in the UK during its opening week.
Robin Thicke can no longer cruise along in the slipstream of his previously highly successful single 'Blurred Lines'. The 37-year-old's latest album, entitled Paula after his estranged wife, has completely flopped during its first week selling only 530 albums in the UK. Paula came in at No. 200 in the UK chart and it's difficult not to revel in Thicke's failure, as the Guardian reports.
Paula Patton and Robin Thicke split in February of this year.
Robin Thicke had a lot more than ‘Paula’ to answer for when he took to twitter on Monday.
On Monday, ‘Blurred Lines’ singer Robin Thicke teamed up with VH1 for a fan Q&A on Twitter using the hashtag #askthicke. The good news for the singer was that #askthicke soon became a worldwide trend, but the questions probably weren't the kind Robin was looking for. From being called out on his music's misogyny to having to address his marital woes, Robin got more than he bargained for from #askthicke.
Twitter users were unleashed on Robin Thicke earlier in the week
Undoubtedly ‘Blurred Lines’ was 2013’s single of the summer, you really couldn't escape it. Unless that is, if you were attending one of the UK universities whose campus eventually banned the controversial single. But fast forward a year later in the life of Robin Thicke and things are a little different. The singer has recently split from his wife of nine years Paul Patton and seemingly in an effort to get her back, he’s named his latest album Paula. But when the singer took to twitter on Monday for a Q&A with VH1 he was probably expecting to answer questions based around his new material. Instead the twitterverse decided he had a lot more to answer for.
Continue reading: #AskThicke: The Best Of Robin Thicke’s Twitter Q&A
Apparently Thicke has taken a page out of "Frozen's" book and let it go.
Robin Thicke has had it rough lately – well, apart from the money, fame and fans, that is. Despite all that, though, headlines would have us believe that Thicke’s marriage is in shambles. Enter Paula, Thicke’s new album, dedicated solely to apologizing to estranged wife Paula Patton for… well, you know.
Thicke admits the breakup was on him, but knows to give Patton her space.
“The album is what happens when you lose the love of your life and you try to figure out in your head like, ‘How am I gonna move on?’” Thicke told Hot 97’s “Ebro in the Morning” show. “Because we weren’t together anymore, I had so much that I still wanted to apologize for and take responsibility for and that’s what the album is about.”