Robin Thicke is on a mission to show his wife, Paula Patton, that he’s willing to do anything to get her back. The celebrity couple announced at the end of February 2014 that they were separating after nine years of marriage, and although they didn’t specify a reason for the split, it’s a safe bet that it has a lot to do with Thicke flirting and even possibly having an affair with a younger woman. Now, he’s desperate to prove to his estranged wife that he wants to work on fixing their marriage, if she’ll just give him another chance.
What better way for a singer to profess his love than in front of thousands of people? In his first concert after the celebrity couple revealed the news of their separation, Thicke told the audience that he was trying to get his girl back and then dedicated the performance of his song Lost Without U to Paula Patton.
Thicke tried the same tactic during another concert. Before performing a rendition of Al Green’s song Let’s Stay Together, Thicke offered some sound words of advice, some of which he probably wished he had thought of before his marriage crumbled. “Never stop believing and you never stop loving. And even if it is over, make sure you treat each other right. Treat your family right,” Thicke told the audience, adding, “Sometimes when I get a little scared or worried about the future, I just try to stay positive and do my part to spread love and spread joy.” Spreading “love” is sort of what got Robin Thicke in trouble in the first place, but hopefully his wife doesn’t see it that way.
Meanwhile, Paula Patton seems to be doing just fine after the split. She’s been all smiles while attending several recent high-profile events (without Thicke or her wedding ring), including the Independent Spirit Awards and the Vanity Fair Oscars after-party. Is this officially the end for this celebrity couple?
What do you think: Should Paula Patton give Robin Thicke another chance?
Nessif, B., “Robin Thicke Professes His Love for Paula Patton (Again) During Atlantic City Concert,” E! News web site, March 3, 2014; http://goo.gl/xGMDLc.
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