Is Robin Thicke finally finished with his embarrassing campaign to win back estranged wife Paula Patton? Here’s hoping.
The “Blurred Lines” singer and his wife separated in February amidst rumors of his cheating. Now Variety reports that the two have put their Bel-Air mansion high above Sunset Strip on the market for nearly $3 million.
This would seem to be the proverbial fork stuck in a done relationship that almost everyone but Thicke realized was over. He recently said in a radio interview that he hasn’t even seen his wife in four months, so we’re not sure how he expected them to reconcile.
He could probably use the money from the sale of the house, which went on the market Monday. Thicke’s latest album, “Paula,” a blatant attempt to try to woo his wife back, bombed, selling only 24,000 copies in its first week in the United States and 530 in the United Kingdom.
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He has said Paula didn’t even listen to the whole thing.
Pass the fork.