Is Robin Thicke's losing his Voice or Fans His album Paula sells less than 54 copies in Australia and only 530 copies in the UK

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BHR HollyWood Reports....... We know know for sure he's losing his wife Paula Patton.  Robin Thicke's miserable week seems to be going from bad to worse. Following news that his latest album Paula sold a dismal 530 copies during its first week on sale in the UK, it now emerges that he's fared even less well in Australia. According to BHRREPORTS.com, Paula has shifted less than 54 copies during its debut week on sale.

Thicke's attempt to musically woo his ex-wife Paula Patton failed to place in Australia's national Aria 500 Chart. The album at number 500, a Blondie compilation, sold only 54 copies last week, meaning that Thicke must have sold even less.

In comparison, at the same time last year, previous album Blurred Lines rocketed to the No 1 spot on the Australian chart.

Robin Thicke & Wife Paula Patton
Earlier this week, Paula made headlines for all the wrong reasons when it sold just 530 copies in the UK, less than 2% of his previous album's first week of sales. Paula also performed under overwhelmingly in the US, selling only 24,000 copies to enter ninth position, a huge flop compared to Blurred Lines' 117,000 US sales in its first week.

Thicke continues to have a rough week, after a spectacular PR fail on Twitter. Attempting to promote his seventh album with the hash-tag #AskThicke, punters used the opportunity to accuse him of misogyny and promoting date rape in his lyrics.

I'm Big Blac this is your BHR HollyWood Report
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