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He's like the guy that you can dance with, 'cause he's safe!"She was supportive of the racy "Blurred Lines" video that made Emily Ratajkowski a star, too.Robin Thicke and Paula Patton were together for the better part of 21 years and married for almost nine before Patton filed for divorce in 2014, citing irreconcilable differences, the legal catch-all for whatever makes a union ultimately unsalvageable.They also have a son together, Julian, who's now 6 1/2.
Meanwhile, he and Patton had married on June 11, 2005; they welcomed son Julian on April 6, 2010."He's so proud of himself," Patton joked about her husband to Women's Health when she was pregnant.The lyrics are: 'I don't know how it feels to be you, though I try my best to understand what you're going through, I don't know how it feels to be you. After enjoying plenty of success, Thicke became a real-deal household name with the 2013 single "Blurred Lines," his smash-hit, song-of-the-summer collaboration with Pharrell off of Robin's album of the same name—and yet another song inspired by Patton."I don't think people got it," he told BBC's Newsbeat when asked about what were criticized by some as sexist or even misogynist lyrics. And I know she wants it because we've been together for 20 years."It was around then that he and Patton went from a generally interesting couple to a couple under the microscope, particularly when Thicke's public (and party) appearances multiplied exponentially—the "Blurred Lines" furor reaching fever pitch after Thicke's now infamous performance with Miley Cyrus at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards.(Yes, Robin Thicke was there, too.)"It's just so funny because when I saw him perform I was like, 'You guys killed it!' We hugged each other, we went out, celebrated," Patton told E! "The next day, my cell phone [has] all these texts: 'Praying for you.' 'If you need to talk, I'm here.'"She added, "Why are people making such a big deal about it?
Quite frankly, all my friends dance like that with him.
"It's ridiculous."She also described Thicke as being incredibly attentive and romantic—and during the interview, she even received a delivery of flowers he had sent."He makes me feel beautiful," Patton gushed to the magazine.