Married couple Robin Thicke and Paula Patton are featured in RÉMY MARTIN® V.S.O.P cognac’s first television spot in the U.S.
The commercial which is called “Staircases,” features the “Lost Without You” singer pursuing the “Mission Impossible 3″ actress dressed in a Versace gown, as she slinks through a party at a mansion.
Here’s what the couple had to share
“Rémy Martin is the epitome of glamour and luxury to me,” said Patton. “I’m honored to tell this elegant and seductive story for Rémy Martin and spend time collaborating with my husband, while celebrating a brand I’ve always admired.”
“To be a part of the first ever Rémy Martin TV campaign is an extremely unique and humbling opportunity,” said Thicke. “I feel especially lucky to have the chance to work together with Paula and express the connection and love that we have for each other on set. We are excited to work with such an iconic brand, and look forward to more interesting moments with Rémy Martin this year.” Check the behind-the-scenes video and the full commercial below More >
Paula Patton is gorgeous in a strapless Vera Wang rose quartz silk gown at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s 2012 Costume Institute Gala last evening May 7 in New York City.
The 36-year-old “Mission Impossible” actress completed he look with flawless makeup, over-sized matching earrings and a metallic clutch.
This year’s Gala celebrates the museum’s new exhibit, Miuccia Prada and Elsa Schiaparelli: Impossible Conversations.
Paula Patton finally addresses those pregnancy rumors in the latest issue of Uptown Magazine.
Here’s what the ‘Mission Impossible’ actress had to share.
On those recent pregnancy rumors: “The truth is that I feel like it’d be selfish for me to have another child. I love motherhood, but being able to be a wife to my husband and have a relationship is important to me. Everybody with kids knows it can’t ever be what it was in terms of your time together. Also I think: happy mom and dad, happy baby.”
On her fear of monotony: “There’s something about Broadway [that plays on] my biggest fear: monotony. What I love about filmmaking is that whatever work you do that day is in the can, like a piece of performance art. You did it, you’re in the moment, and you can’t take it back. It’s done, you move on. The idea of doing the same thing night after night, two shows a day, that would just kill my spirit.” More >
The gorgeous and talented Paula Patton covers UPTOWN Magazine “Travel Issue.”
In the issue, the “Jumping the Broom” actress opens up about her fear of monotony, rumors about her personal life, her inevitable life in film, having grown up across the street from the 20th Century Fox lot in Los Angeles and shows us why she’s not just another pretty face.
Also in the issue:
* The newest edition to VH1′s Single Ladies, Denise Vasi posed seductively in a sexy one-piece swimsuit.
* The cast of the Braodway’s A Street Car Named Desire - Nicole Ari Parker, Wood Harris, Daphne Rubin-Vega and Blair Underwood.
* British singer and mother of two Rebecca Ferguson, who sports the season’s best playful frocks and elegant gowns in an eight-page profile and fashion spread.
For more on the Travel issue, visit Uptown Magazine
Paula Patton covers this season Neiman Marcus Shoe & Handbag Book.
When asked why she loves fashion, the ‘Mission Impossible,’ actress said, “It’s fun to get dressed up everyday, and we should do it more often. It’s not just for other people, it’s for yourself. It puts you in a better mood and it’s a way to express yourself artistically every day.”
On the type of transformative tunes she tends to listen to on photo shoots or in her trailer on set: “It puts you in a place,” she said citing jazz songstresses Della Reese and Ella Fitzgerald. “I also like to listen to a lot of Brazilian music. It has a sexiness to it and it also sort of transports you to the beach and makes you feel more relaxed.”
On learning over the years that building a wardrobe is all about investment: “I have learned through the ages to spend by money on things that are timeless. I make my fun purchases here and there. But when buying bags and even shoes I try to think about it in a long-term way.”
For more on Paula, visit Neiman Marcus’s Blog
The lovely Paula Patton is featured in the April 2012 issue of Maxim Australia.
Here’s what the “Mission Impossible” actress had to share.
On if she would make a good spy in real life: “I think i’d be fairly good, excerpt I’m too emotional. I can keep secrets, I like wearing disguises and pretending to be people I’m not, not faking being in love with someone would be too hard.”
On doing her own stunts: “I know Tom does his own, so I was like, ‘I have to do that, too!’ I think the audience feels more engaged and excited when they know you’re doing what’s on-screen.”
On if being married to singer/songwriter Robin Thicke the ultimate job to woo women: “It’s not bad. It doesn’t hurt. He’s dedicated tracks to me in the past – which he should! If he dedicates them to another woman, he’ll be in trouble.”
Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol comes out On Blu- ray & DVD on April 17th.
Some of the biggest names Hollywood attend the 2012 Vanity Fair Oscars after-party, where stars popped over 400 bottles of champagne to celebrate their big win at the Sunset Tower Hotel, in Los Angeles.
Venus and sister Serena Willams, Zoe Saldana, Sanaa Lathan and Paula Patton were some of celebs in attendance.
Other celebrities at the vanity fair party include, Rosario Dawson, David & Victoria Beckham, Cameron Diaz, Jennifer Lopez, Regina King, Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes, Robin Thicke, Anderson Cooper, Octavia Spencer, Pharrell Williams, Sean Combs, Regina King, Chris Rock and soooo many more – check the photos More >