Robin Thicke is relentless. The singer-songwriter has put his public campaign – to get Paula Patton back – into overdrive.
Today (July 1), on the same day as the release of his album, "Paula," Thicke debuts the music video for "Still Madly Crazy" on "GMA." The video features 10 adorable 8-year old kids – one group of boys and one group of girls – singing along to the "Paula" piano-driven ballad.
The video premiere follows a series of antics Thicke has done to win back his estranged wife. After the couple separated in February, he's recorded a full-length effort about and titled after Paula. He's pleaded for forgiveness in most, if not all, televised performances.
His video for his first single, "Get Her Back," showcases a personal text message conversation between Thicke and an on-screen lover who looks like Patton.
After debuting his second single, "Forever Love," at the 2014 BET Awards on Sunday (June 30), he released the single's artwork which features a photo of them looking into each other's eyes.
The question isn't if Thicke is stopping any time soon, because according to the "Get Her Back" video "this is just the beginning," but should he? Are his acts of repairing his relationshp with Patton desperate or endearing? Let us know what you think below.