News: Paula Patton Isn't Falling For Robin Thicke's Moaning & Groaning
Sunday, Mar 2, 2014 8:14AM
Hollywood actress Paula Patton is reportedly going to need a lot more than Robin Thicke publicly dishing out his love for her to save their marriage.
According to reports, Paula P's not been impressed by Robin spilling out his guts.
Robin Thicke can cry all he wants on stage about his love for Paula Patton ... but it's not going to change her mind about leaving him ... sources tell TMZ. For that ... he has to do something else. Sources connected with the couple tell us ... Paula is unimpressed with Robin telling both TMZ and thousands of concertgoers he's trying to win her back. Here's the good news for Robin. Although she TOLD him she wanted a divorce, she hasn't hired a divorce lawyer yet and she's open to reconciliation. (TMZ)
Reports also claim Patton is taking serious notice to how Thicke moves during their separation.
BUT ... before she takes him back, Robin has to prove his loyalty to her ... by his actions. She's keeping tabs on him at his concerts, watching who he hangs with, which parties he attends -- especially the after parties -- and what photos surface. We're told Paula knows photogs have their cameras trained on Robin, and she views the paparazzi are her private detectives. (TMZ)
Footage of Thicke speaking on his current marital status at a live concert emerged a few days ago.
Robin Thicke wants the world to know that he's lost without Paula Patton. During the first concert since announcing his split from his wife, the R&B crooner dedicated a song called "Lost Without You" for the "2 Guns" actress. "For y'all that don't know me and my wife separated, but I'm trying to get my girl back," the 36-year-old entertainer told the crowd at his Thursday, February 27 show in Fairfax, Virginia. "She's a good woman." (Ace Showbiz)
According to some reports, Thicke's intimate performance with 21-year-old Miley Cyrus last summer stirred up initial problems.
"The Miley Cyrus fiasco was a big test of their relationship," the insider reveals of the lascivious "We Can't Stop" and "Blurred Lines" mashup. "He asked her to help him out as a friend and a wife, and defend him and the performance. He begged her to speak out for him and be there for him." "She agreed to be the good wife after he begged and pleaded," the source explains. "Then he asked her to stick with him through awards season, and she agreed. She attended the Grammys with him as a favor." (Us Magazine)