Robin Thicke Throws A Divorce Party With Models

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Robin Thicke, son of Alan Thicke was born in Los Angeles, California on March 10, 1977. He is an American record producer, songwriter and singer. Thicke is most well known for his sexually charged R&B music style. He was well known among the hip hop scene, but gained international popularity with the release of his hit single “Blurred Lines.” At the young age of 14 Thicke first met his future wife, Paula Patton (who starred in James Bond). This was at an underage hip hop club on the Sunset Strip in LA. They began seriously dating at only 16 years old and were later married in 2005. Later in 2010 they had their first son, named Julian Fuego.

Unfortunately, Patton split up from Thicke in February of 2014 after an amazing 21 years together and nearly 9 years of marriage. This is a lifetime in Hollywood standards. The split was rumored to be due to allegations of Thicke cheating. After spending several months trying absolutely everything to win his wife Paula Patton back, Robin Thicke finally accepted that his relationship was over, and decided to throw a divorce party.

They had been separated for months due to his alleged infidelity, and Patton officially filed for divorce onOctober 3rd, citing “irreconcilable differences.” The “Blurred Lines” singer started out this “celebratory” night at Hyde nightclub in Los Angeles. He then invited a group of models and other attractive women back to his Hollywood Hills home. Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hardy, and Emile Hirsch were only a few of the single celebrity actors who showed up to join the festivities.

It has been reported that Paula Patton moved her new boyfriend Zak Waters into her home in Calabasas, so she probably isn’t too concerned about Thicke’s partying ways. Sources say Thicke was in a great mood and danced the night away. The divorce party lasted well into the night, past 3am. I guess life really does go on.

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