Robin Thick has been married to Paula Patton since 2005, and after numerous cheating rumors, she ended up kicking him to the curb. Ever since, Thicke has been desperately attempting to get his lady back in ways that are open for the world to see. Should the crooner keep his private life private? Will his attempts to get Paula back be successful? It all remains to be seen. In Hollywood, you never know, it might all just be a scam or a way to guarantee album sales.
Paula – The Album
Robin Thicke is on a mission to get his wife back, and one of the ways he’s expressing this is through his new 14-track album “Paula.” The songs on the album are all a reflection of his life with Paula. He confesses all his sins, begs for forgiveness, insists that he’s changed into the man she wants him to be, and basically says everything he thinks she wants to hear. Whether it will work remains to be seen. If it’s any consolation, Thicke’s songs with titles like “Love Can Grow Back,” and “You’re My Fantasy,” might not bring Paula back, but surely will get him some more fans.
I experienced Thicke’s desperation when I was asked by my agent to audition for the part of leading lady in a video that would be released with one of the songs on the album. My agent told me specifically to wear sexy, but classy clothes and show them my great smile. I never do music videos, but since I like Robin’s music, I decided to go to the audition. It was very clear that they were looking for a Patton lookalike. I was asked to smile a lot and to flirt with the camera, and although I have a nice set of pearly whites and have been flirting with the camera for years now, I don’t look like Patton so I didn’t get the job. The girl who did end up getting the job was Paula’s spitting image.
Another way Robin is trying to get his wife back is by giving performances and dedicating the songs to her. His latest performance at the BET Awards, for instance, was a total desperate plea for her to come back. The “Blurred Lines” singer stated that his performance was dedicated to his wife and that he missed her and was sorry. Later that night, Robin posted a photo on Twitter of the duo in happier times. Although his efforts might seem desperate, many women I know would love to have a guy fight for them. Maybe Paula should respond just a little to her desperate hubby, before he throws in the towel and gives up completely. You can’t knock a guy for trying.