If the debut sales of Robin Thicke‘s album Paula are any indication of how his quest to get his ex back is going, then a divorce is imminent.

According to Billboard, the mea culpa album debuted with a mere 25,000 in the USA. Just how bad is 25,000? When Blurred Lines debuted in 2013, the artist won his first No. 1 on Billboard‘s album chart with 177,000 in sales. Still, Paula‘s weak U.S. debut is 24,470 more than in the U.K., which was a laughable 530, according to The Guardian. That’s not a typo.

Read the complete article at USA Today.com.

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