Paula Patton moved to officially end the embarrassment of being married to Robin Thicke today.

According to TMZ, Patton filed for divorce from the "Blurred Lines" singer citing "DEAR GOD SOMEONE PLAYED THAT SHIT 'PAULA' ALBUM FOR ME AND I CANNOT BELIEVE I AM MARRIED TO THIS IDIOT" irreconcilable differences. Thicke's rumored infidelities will not come into play for the divorce. Apparently his campaign to win her back didn't work.

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Patton is asking for joint custody of their four-year-old son. TMZ reports the divorce is "harmonious," unlike Thicke's music, and there are no real issues that will cause a drawn out battle.

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Amanda Bynes was accused of possibly shoplifting a hat at Barneys but no charges were filed. The store has reportedly banned her permanently. [Page Six]

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Ian Somerhalder is in love with Nikki Reed and says that he is amazed by her. I am amazed by the fact that the Indian place in my neighborhood delivers now. Truly we are all blessed. [Instagram]

Kimora Lee Simmons is pregnant. This will be her fourth child, her first with new husband Tim Leissner. I hear they are registered at Target, but sometimes the things I hear are total bullshit. [Just Jared]

Former Baywatch star Nicole Eggert now runs an ice cream truck in LA and I could not be more insanely jealous. How many times have you stared into the freezer doors of the ice cream section at a grocery store thinking I just want to take all of you and run, run so far away. We live out our dreams together, exploring America and expericing life together, as one. Rocky Road, you can be the navigator. [Twitter]

Days of Our Lives star Freddie Smith and his girlfriend Alyssa Tabit were in a car crash. He was driving at the time and sustained minor injuries; she was seriously hurt. According to a police report "speed and alcohol are suspected to be factors in the crash." [Us Weekly]

Melissa Joan Hart accidentally locked her two-year-old son in her car. She tried a Releasing Spell despite Salem warning her it was a terrible idea, and when that didn't work she called AAA. Who needs witchcraft when you have an excellent roadside assistance plan? [E Online]

Sinead O'Connor is going to talk shit about so, so, so, so many people in the music industry in her new memoir. She will not hold back. [Artsbeat]

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This is one of my favorite songs of all time. This is fucking breaking up pain, y'all:

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