Transcript for 'Blurred Lines' Singer Robin Thicke and Paula Patton Mutually Decided to Breakup
celebrity split, robin Thicke and Paula Patton calling it quits. High school sweethearts separating after months of rumors about their relationship. ABC's Linzie Janis has the details. ♪ A good girl ♪ Reporter: Was it this shocking performance at the VMAs? ♪ Have mercy ♪ Reporter: Or this super sexy music video. ♪ You're a good girl ♪ Or this photo show be robin Thicke apparently groping a fan. Whatever the reason the blurred lines have been drawn between robin chic and his wife actress Paula Patton ending their marriage after more than eight years releasing this statement. "We will always love each other and be best friends, however, we have mutually decided to separate at this time." It did come as a shock to a lot of people because previously robin told us he's quite the romantic. He loves to take his wife out for dinner, stare into her eyes and that there was no shortage of spice in their relationship. Reporter: That spice lasting over 20 years. The two met when Thicke was just 14 years old. Patten, 15. The couple was all smiles at last month's grammys and Thicke was wearing his wedding ring while taking their 3-year-old son Julian to disneyland Saturday. This despite allegations months earlier from the girl in this photo who said she made out with Thicke. His hand seen in the mirror behind grabbing her backside. At the time, a representative for patten denied he cheated. He admitted to Oprah his rise to fame hasn't been without challenges. It is a lot and there are girls throwing themselves at you everywhere you go and you can really lose touch with any sense of reality when you're a big rock star. Reporter: But patten has had her share of steamy role, at least publicly didn't seem to mind. Joking about it on "Chelsea lately." I think we're both getting back at each other. Just figure it out. Then he'll do the video. Then everything else. Reporter: A game of marital cat and mouse now over. For "Good morning America," Linzie Janis, ABC news, new York.
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