Pharrell and Helen actually got married in a secret ceremony in late August in France, but the couple held off having an actual ceremony and reception until October 12th. On the weekend fall day, the couple made up for lost time with a glamorous garden party in Miami on a full-blown wedding. Pharrell and Helen held their bash at the National Tropical Botanical Garden, the Kampong in Coconut Grove.
And the party started in style, as Pharrell and Helen exchanged vows while on a lavish yacht aptly named “Never Say Never’ surrounded by family and famous friends. Pharrell Williams sported a plaid suit for the wedding while Helen dressed in a voluminous dark blue and green coat with a white gown peeking through underneath. More impressive than the party’s locale though was the guest list. The bash brought out a ton of big names, like Cato Williams, Jay-Z, Justin Timberlake, Leah LaBelle, John William Codling, Robin Thicke, Paula Patton, Gwen Stefani, Shae Haley, Jackie Garcia, Buddy, Maxine Ashley, Cris Cab, Fam-Lay, Big Ben, Terry Richardson, Greg Selko and many more.
And at the reception, Usher and Busta Rhymes reportedly put on a mini-concert. These big-name guests were reportedly instructed to wear “garden party attire” and special slippers may have even been given out upon arrival. An insider revealed of the wedding of Williams and Lasichanh: “Usher and Busta Rhymes did a mini concert at the wedding. It was so fun. The little concert was amazing.
It [was] the most fun wedding I’ve ever been to.” “Of course they’re playing some of [Williams‘] hits tonight.” Williams and Lasichanh are parents to their 4-year-old-son Rocket. “[He’s the] best song that I’ve ever co-written,” he told Savannah Guthrie in August. “It’s awesome. I can’t tell anyone what to do. I can’t give anyone relationship advice. But the bestie thing is awesome. Every night is like a sleepover.” Check out the pictures below. Congratulations to the happy couple!
Crossing The Lines. Despite disparate backgrounds, power couple Robin Thicke and Paula Patton are an object lesson in how to succeed in showbiz. Joe Yogerst reports from Bogard and Bacall to Brad and Angelina, Hollywood has always been good at conjuring power couples. The latest iteration could very well be Paula Patton and Robin Thicke, the rapidly rising actor and mega-hit singer who took America by storm this summer.
Patton turned in a tour-de-force performance alongside Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg in 2 Guns (2013) – an action comedy that topped box-office receipts in the US on its opening weekend. Her role as a sultry, no-nonsense DEA agent – and her steamy love scene with Washington – caught the eye of both critics and audience.
How much influence do you have over each other’s talent?
PP: A lot. Robin got me ready for every single acting audition I’ve ever done. We read lines together when I’m working on movies. He’s my coach. I listen to every song he writes and help however I can, and I’ve written songs with him.
RT: Our product – what ends up being seen and heard – Paula is way more involved in mine than I am in hers. I help a little bit, give some notes and encourage, do whatever I can. But my music…she’s the first one to hear almost every song that I write and many times before it’s even finished being written. She helps me with my art direction and my album covers and my videos and my wardrobe, and she is really the good taste of the family [laughs]. I just keep working hard and hoping I get lucky.
If you could do a Freaky Friday crossover, would Paula be the better singer or Robin the better actor?
PP: Robin would definitely be the better actor. I’m not tone deaf, but I wasn’t given a gift to sing. But my husband has been given a gift in so many different ways. He could easily be a great actor. Annoying [deadpan before she laughs].
RT: [laughing] Well, I have to say that I would be a better actor than she would a singer. But she would be a great entertainer and performer because she already is. She can do Marilyn Monroe songs and knock everybody off their chairs.
And I imagine that you’ve also been there for each other during those inevitable down moments in a showbiz career?
RT: Oh, without question. I don’t know if I would still be alive in some ways if it wasn’t for Paula. She’s been my rock, my muse, my inspiration and I love her. The whole way.
PP: I’ve been there for his down moments and he’s been there for mine. Life is full of peaks and valleys. Robin has always been a great person to remind me to celebrate now. Even when it looks like I’ve got a role but don’t know for sure, he’s like, “Let’s celebrate!”
By Asha Ladwa. R&B crooner Robin Thicke has admitted to playing a nasty prank on actress wife Paula Patton by telling her that he’d crashed her car, leaving her “distraught.” However, immediately after pulling the practical joke, the ‘Love After War‘ singer later admitted to his stunning wife that the news was false, and instead surprised Patton with a brand new vehicle.
The 35-year-old singer admits that the white lie very nearly made his Mission Impossible – Ghost Protocol actress wife Patton become emotional – until he handed her the keys to her brand new ride. “I lied and told my wife I totalled her car. She was distraught, but when I took her to the garage to see it, there was a brand new car I had just bought her instead!” the Duets judge told People Magazine. Seems like Thicke hasn’t lost his cheeky side!
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