Robin Thicke Parties in Paris Without Wife Paula Patton—See the Pics

Singer was spotted looking cozy with a pretty brunette

By Alyssa Toomey Jan 21, 2014 8:56 PMTags
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Looks like Robin Thicke lived it up on the dance floor after performing at a nightclub in Paris over the weekend.

The 36-year-old "Blurred Lines" singer was photographed partying with a stunning female fan at Club 79 in the City of Light on Saturday, Jan. 18 after he put on a show at the Parisian hotspot.

Dressed in his signature three-piece suit, the father of one, who has been married to wife Paula Patton since 2005, was spotted cozying up to a pretty brunette after he sang for the crowd as he celebrated with his legion of fans on the dance floor.

In one photo, the woman, who is dressed sexy for the night in a skin-tight black top with her black bra visible, leans in closely towards Thicke and touches his cheek, appearing to whisper something in his ear.


In another, Thicke, whose wife was not in attendance at the club, cozies up to the woman as she wraps her arms around the singer on the dance floor.


The "Give It 2 U" crooner was also pictured sipping on a cocktail with a giant smile on his face before he was later seen waving his arms from side to side, beaming from ear to ear as he seemingly felt like the king of the club with the mystery woman featured in both candid photos.

In August, the hitmaker made headlines for his racy performance at the MTV Video Music Awards with Miley Cyrus, which saw the then 20-year-old pop star twerking up a storm up against the 36-year-old singer.

While many were offended by the pair's controversial antics, Thicke's wife Paula said she "wasn't surprised" by the racy duet and was completely unfazed by Miley and her hubby's raunchy dance moves.

"Honestly, they rehearsed for three days beforehand, and I don't know how not to dance with someone having their booty in your…all my friends do it like that" the actress explained. "And, I don't really know what the big deal is."


She continued: "I didn't know if they thought Miley was going to sit down and play piano like Alicia Keys. Her song's about taking Molly!" she said, referring to the backlash the short-haired beauty received after she performed her multiplatinum hit "We Can't Stop". "I don't understand. I didn't get the big deal."

In September, Thicke opened up about his love for his wife in the new issue of Prestige magazine, telling the publication he doesn't know if he "would still be alive" if it wasn't for his wife.

"She's been my rock, my muse, my inspiration and I love her. The whole way," Thicke said of Patton, whom he first started dating in high school.

"I've been there for his down moments and he's been there for mine," Paula added. "Life is full of peaks and valleys...We're best friends."