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  •   Home > News > Entertainment

    Paula Patton is "really excited" about the future.

    The 38-year-old actress is ready to move forward after recently filing for divorce from Robin Thicke, who she split from in January, and is currently "reading a lot of scripts," as she wants to focus on her career.


    A source close to the 'Baggage Claim' star said: "Paula is doing great. She's really excited about the future."

    The 'About Last Night' star was recently linked to musician Zak Waters, 27, but is now "single."

    'Blurred Lines' hitmaker Robin, 37, held a "divorce party" shortly after his estranged wife submitted court documents on October 3, but the former couple are still on "good" terms for the sake of their son, Julian, four.

    The insider told E! News: "Everything is good between Paula and Robin. It really is amicable and they're getting along."

    The duo split amid rumours Robin cheated on the actress, who he started dating in high school, after nine years of marriage, but he previously admitted: "I changed, and I got a little too selfish, a little too greedy and little too full of myself."

    He added: "I'm a man. I messed up and I had to lie for a while, and then I stopped lying...That was actually good for me because I was tired of lying."

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