RobinThicke headed to DBA nightclub in West Hollywood with Leonardo Dicaprio on Monday (10.03.14) for a boys only celebration, following his very public split with Paula Patton
The 'Blurred Lines' singer - who recently split from wife Paula Patton after eight years of marriage - was joined by the 'Wolf of Wall Street' actor and a group of male friends at DBA nightclub in West Hollywood on Monday (10.03.14), and despite the problems in his personal life, he had a ''great'' time.
A source revealed: ''[Robin was] in a great mood, enjoying time with his friends, [but] no girls were allowed in their booth.''
Robin and Leo indulged in a slew of alcohol, with the group sipping on tequila pineapples and Amstel light beer before toasting the occasion with Cristal champagne.
The no-girls policy could be part of Robin's attempts to win back Paula - with who he has three-year-old son Julian - as it was recently claimed she had told him to ''prove'' he is serious about wanting to save their marriage.
The 'Baggage Claim' actress had initially been insistent about wanting a divorce following her increased unhappiness at her spouse's hard-partying ways, including being pictured with various women while out socialising, but is said to have had a change of heart following ''constant'' conversations about their future and is now open to a reunion.
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