Robin Thicke Urges Paula Patton: 'Let's Stay Together'

5 March 2014
Robin Thicke is so not ready to throw in the towel on his nine-year marriage. The "Blurred Lines" singer has taken to expressing his endless love for estranged wife Paula Patton on every date of his current tour since their recently announced separation and he was at it again on Sunday night.

According to reports, during his show at the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City on Sunday Thicke, 36, responded to a fan who yelled out "I love Paula!" during his set. "I do too," he said.

Still wearing his wedding ring (even if Patton is reportedly not), Thicke then proved his enduring devotion by covering Al Green's "Let's Stay Together."


After postponing the first three dates of his tour, Thicke finally hit the road last week and during his first show in Fairfax, Virginia, he told the crowd, "For ya'll that don't know, me and my wife separated, but I'm trying to get my girl back. She's a good woman."

While Thicke is still wearing his wedding band and clearly looking for ways to win Patton back, it was reported last week that Patton was spotted at Los Angeles International Airport without her wedding ring.

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