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Robin Thicke Publicly Apologises to Wife Paula Patton at BET Awards

Robin Thicke Publicly Apologises to Wife Paula Patton at BET Awards

Robin Thicke and Paula Patton at the 56th Grammy Awards in Jan 26, 2014. Image: AFP

Highlights

  • Singer Robin Thicke made another emotionally charged public apology to his estranged wife Paula Patton during a performance at the BET Awards.
  • The singer dedicated his performance to Paula as he took to stage to perform Forever Love from his upcoming album titled Paula, reported Us magazine.
  • "Good evening, my name is Robin Thicke, I would like to dedicate this song to my wife, and say, 'I miss you, and I am sorry.' This is called Forever Love," he told the audience.
  • The 37-year-old Robin split from Paula, 38, in February after 9 years of marriage.
  • "If you ever doubt it now, baby, I will be there picking you up. You can lean on me any time, baby, for anything you want and need. Yeah, see, I don't need any reason, memory, or a season. Every day I will believe that you and I are meant to be. You're my forever love," Thicke sang.
  • The singer was apparently crying during the performance.
Los Angeles: Singer Robin Thicke made another emotionally charged public apology to his estranged wife Paula Patton during a performance at the BET Awards.

The singer dedicated his performance to Paula as he took to stage to perform Forever Love from his upcoming album titled Paula, reported Us magazine. (Also Read: Robin's #Askthicke experiment aftermath)

"Good evening, my name is Robin Thicke, I would like to dedicate this song to my wife, and say, 'I miss you, and I am sorry.' This is called Forever Love," he told the audience.

The 37-year-old Robin split from Paula, 38, in February after 9 years of marriage.

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"If you ever doubt it now, baby, I will be there picking you up. You can lean on me any time, baby, for anything you want and need. Yeah, see, I don't need any reason, memory, or a season. Every day I will believe that you and I are meant to be. You're my forever love," Thicke sang.

The singer was apparently crying during the performance.