October 01, 2016  

Robin Thicke Sings 'Let's Stay Together' at Show to Win Paula Patton Back

March 4, 2014 (3:16 am) GMT
The singer declares his love for his actress wife before performing the classic love song by Al Green during a concert at the Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

will do anything to save his marriage to . The R&B singer was making a tour stop at the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City, New Jersey, on Sunday night, March 2 when he decided to woo back his estranged wife through song.

When Thicke took a break to interact with audience, a fan yelled, "I love Paula." The "Blurred Lines" singer, who was still wearing his wedding ring, then responded, "I do too," before singing a cover of 's "Let's Stay Together".

Singing the classic love song isn't the only effort that Thicke has done to win Patton back. During a Fairfax concert last week, he dedicated a song to the 38-year-old actress whom he's been married to for nine years.

"For y'all that don't know me and my wife separated, but I'm trying to get my girl back. She's a good woman," he told the crowd before performing "Lost Without You", which he said was written for his wife.

Thicke and Patton announced their separation last week. In a joint statement, the two entertainers said that they "mutually" decided to split and promised to "love each other and be best friends" However, Thicke has declared multiple times that he hasn't given up on the "" star.

TODAY'S HEADLINES

  1. Netflix Is Back After Crash Following 'Luke Cage' Premiere
  2. Gigi Hadid Trips on Runway at Paris Fashion Week
  3. Mail Order Bride Comedy Canned by NBC After Getting Backlash
  4. Robin Williams' Widow Calls the Actor's Disease 'the Terrorist Inside My Husband's Brain'
  5. First Official Look at Emma Watson and Dan Stevens in 'Beauty and the Beast'
  6. 'Pretty Little Liars' Star Keegan Allen Tweets His Phone Number
  7. Armie Hammer Accidentally Reveals Sex of His Unborn Baby
  8. Kelly Osbourne Settles Lawsuit With Dad Ozzy's Mistress