Robin Thicke makes public apology

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30 June 2014

Robin Thicke apologised to estranged wife Paula Patton and dedicated his BET Awards performance to her last night.

Robin Thicke made a public apology to his estranged wife at the BET Awards on Sunday.

The 37-year-old singer, who split from Paula Patton after nine years of marriage in February, dedicated his performance at the ceremony at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live to his estranged spouse. Taking to the stage, he said: "Good evening, my name is Robin Thicke. I'd like to dedicate this song to my wife, and say, 'I miss you, and I'm sorry.' This is called  Forever Love. " At the end of the performance, an old picture of the couple - who have four-year-old son Julian together - flashed up on the big screen with the word Paula written in huge letters above.

'I miss you, and I'm sorry.'

The evening's host Chris Rock later mocked the morose tone the Blurred Lines hitmaker's music has taken since he split from his spouse.

He said: "He's singing like she don't know him. I miss the other song, the one that sounded like Marvin Gaye."

Robin has named his forthcoming new album Paula and has admitted every track on the record is inspired by the 38-year-old actress.

He said: "Obviously all the songs were about her or about how I feel about her. 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."

The couple split following rumours Robin was propositioning other women.

The Get Her Back  hitmaker wore his wedding ring to his album launch party in Los Angeles last week  but Paula did not attend.

-Bang Showbiz

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