Robin Thicke’s moves over the past few months have elicited a lot of questions, the biggest one being “Why?”
The singer released his new album “Paula,” written and recorded about his estranged wife, Paula Patton, in an attempt – as the title of his first single states – to “Get Her Back.”
While his decision to serenade Patton publicly has led to more than a little head-scratching, Thicke seemed just as confused as anybody when talking about his record on ABC’s “Good Morning America.”
“I actually have no idea what I’m doing,” he revealed. “I’m just kinda flying by the seat of my pants on this one. I just wanted make something artistic out of a very difficult period.”
Specifically, he was referencing the text messages that appear during the “Get Her Back” video, which appeared to ring true to his real-life marriage.
Smiling, Thicke responded to a question about getting so personal by saying, “When you lose the love of your life, you don’t have much to hide anymore.”
He also debuted his “Still Madly Crazy” music video on “GMA” this week as well, with a bunch of cute kids in wedding tuxes and dresses.
“Paula” is out this week. What do you make of Robin’s latest comments!