Which Country Hates Robin Thicke the Most?

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Some truly good news today (other than Uzo Aduba’s Emmy nomination!): Robin Thicke’s sniveling apology album, purposely named after and “dedicated” to his estranged wife, Paula Patton, didn’t work. Did it gain him a lot of attention? Yes, and especially press-wise. Did it actually get him a hit album? No, it did not. Turns out, sometimes not all press is good press.

Want specifics? Here are the (cringe-y) stats:

  • In the U.S., on the Billboard “200,” Paula entered the charts at No. 9, with 24,000 sold. For some perspective, Blurred Lines sold 177,000 at the No. 1 spot.
  • Over in the U.K., Paula only sold 530 in its first week, entering the Official U.K. albums chart at No. 200, according to Billboard. (That’s “just 2% of the sales of Thicke’s previous album, [Blurred Lines].”)
  • In Australia, Paula sold just 54 copies. 54. Copies.
  • But what about in his hometown? In Canada, Paula only sold 550 copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

In conclusion, Australia hates Robin Thicke the most.

Which Country Hates Robin Thicke the Most?