Robin Thicke throws himself a 'divorce party'


Robin Thicke has apparently thrown himself a “divorce party”.

The 37-year-old singer is said to have come up with the idea of celebrating his newly single status after wife Paula Patton officially filed for divorce on October 3. Leonardo DiCaprio and a swarm of models were among the lucky guests at Friday night’s festivities, according to Page Six. The Blurred Lines reportedly began the party at Los Angeles nightclub Hyde before bringing a more intimate group back to his Hollywood Hills home to continue the evening.

‘Leo and Robin were being super flirtatious and talking to tons of girls.’

“There were a lot of models there,” a source revealed to the publication. “Leo and Robin were being super flirtatious and talking to tons of girls.”

Robin has been separated from 38-year-old Paula since February and has alternated between dedicating entire songs to her and continuing with his party boy antics. At the party it’s said that one lady in particular caught his attention.

“Robin… was dancing and talking to a pretty brunette throughout most of the night. At one point, he grabbed a girl’s hand and was like, ‘Let’s dance,’” the publication’s source continued.

The divorce will mark the end of the recording artist’s nine-year marriage and 21-year relationship.

But that was obviously far from his mind as he entertained his friends, two of whom were apparently actors Emile Hirsch and Tom Hardy.

According to the whispers, “he was in great spirits, and put on a mix of music including pop, hip-hop, older stuff from the ’90s and soul. Everyone was dancing until past 3am.”

Paula, meanwhile, is rumoured to be having her own fun with her new boyfriend Zak Waters, who she is said to have moved into her home in Calabasas, California.

The actress claimed “irreconcilable differences” in her divorce papers and is seeking joint custody of her and Robin’s son Julian.

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