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Paula Patton Files for Divorce From Robin Thicke

Paula Patton and Robin Thicke

Robin Thicke couldn’t get her back. Paula Patton has officially filed for divorce from her husband of nine years.

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Robin Thicke and Paula Patton Put Hollywood Hills House Up for Sale

Thicke House

While Robin Thicke tries to get back his wife, his love nest is up for sale. The “Blurred Lines” crooner has listed the Hollywood Hills home that he shares with Paula Patton.

According to TMZ, the 3,158-square-foot home hit the market this week with an asking price of $2,985,000.

It was originally purchased by Thicke’s father, Alan Thicke, in 1990 for $910,000. Features include panoramic views of Sunset Blvd. and a recording studio, where Thicke penned many of his hits.

Neither Paula nor Robin has officially moved out of the house, although they’ve been living separately since February.

Thicke’s latest album Paula, dedicated to his wife of nine years, debuted at No. 9 last month, selling 24,000 copies in its first week.

In a recent interview with Hot 97, he revealed that he has not seen Patton in four months. The couple has a four-year-old son together.

See more pics of their Sunset Strip crib below.

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Video: ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic – ‘Word Crimes’

Word Crimes

After spoofing Pharrell’s “Happy,” “Weird Al” Yankovic schools the grammatically challenged in his second of eight video parodies off his new album Mandatory Fun.

The pop satirist remakes Robin Thicke’s No. 1 hit “Blurred Lines” into “Word Crimes,” poking fun at those who don’t know how to spell or conjugate using the famous #THICKE-style hash tags from the original video.

“You should never write words using numbers unless you’re seven or your name is Prince,” he advises.

Questlove praised the song. “if committed 2 memory the sng cld raise you’re education level. its great @alyankovic,” said The Roots drummer.

Get a four-minute grammar lesson from Mr. Yankovic.

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Robin Thicke Performs on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’

Robin Thicke

Following appearances on “GMA” and “The View,” Robin Thicke capped off his busy day with a performance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” The soulful singer took over the outdoor stage in Hollywood to perform “Get Her Back” and “Lock the Door” off his new album Paula.

In addition to the Paula Patton-inspired songs, he treated the crowd to “Blurred Lines.”

“Let’s have some fun!” he said before launching into his 2013 mega-hit.

Paula is expected to sell 20-23,000 copies in its first week.

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Robin Thicke Brings ‘Paula’ Campaign to ‘GMA’

Robin Thicke

Following his performance at Sunday’s BET Awards, Robin Thicke stopped by “Good Morning America” on Wednesday. The R&B crooner, who revealed that he hasn’t seen his wife in four months, performed songs off his deeply personal album Paula including the first single “Get Her Back.”

He also spoke about dedicating the album to his estranged wife. “We were childhood sweethearts,” he said. “She’s the best person I have ever met. The least I could do would be to devote an album to her.”

In addition to the sad songs, there are also some uplifting tracks. “I wanted there to be moments where she had hope and positivity that her and I can still both have a great life. No matter what happens, we’ll be great friends and great parents.”

Thicke’s campaign to win back his wife continues. Catch him on “The View” and “Jimmy Kimmel Live” today.

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Robin Thicke Opens Up About Paula Patton Breakup

Robin Thicke

A year ago, Robin Thicke was on top of the world, enjoying the success of his No. 1 single “Blurred Lines.” But a very different Thicke was in the hot seat during his return visit to Hot 97′s “Ebro in the Morning” on Tuesday. A more somber Thicke sat down to discuss his new album Paula, which was inspired by his wife of nine years, Paula Patton.

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Video: Robin Thicke – ‘Still Madly Crazy’

Still Madly Crazy

With his album Paula in stores today, Robin Thicke keeps love alive in the sweet and innocent video for his piano ballad “Still Madly Crazy.”

The R&B crooner casts 10 8-year-olds to reenact a wedding. Decked out in their formal wear, the adorable bunch sings along to the tender lyrics and toasts the bride and groom before getting into a cake fight.

Thicke does not appear in the clip, but he will appear live on “GMA” and “Jimmy Kimmel Live” tomorrow.

You can stream all 14 tracks off Paula here.

“Obviously all the songs were about her or about how I feel about her,” he told Ryan Seacrest of his estranged wife Paula Patton. “A lot of songwriters have done this kind of thing before. They won’t tell you in the title or they’ll be suggestive. I was just like, ‘There’s no reason to hide who this is about.’ It’s all about her.”

Watch Thicke’s touching tribute below.

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