Paula Patton shared a video of son Julian, 13, belting out a solo during "Lean on Me" at his school concert
Robin Thicke's son is a star in the making.
On Thursday, Paula Patton shared an impressive video of her and Thicke's 13-year-old son Julian Fuego performing a solo during his school's chorus concert.
In the clip, Julian takes center stage during the chorus' performance of "Lean on Me," adding his own flare to the iconic song as his classmates continue to sing behind him.
"This was the best birthday gift ever 🎁💝," wrote Patton, who filed for divorce from Thicke in 2014.
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Last month, Julian again took the stage as he starred as Patrick Star in his school’s musical production of SpongeBob Squarepants.
“My son, Julian Fuego Thicke was Patrick Star in the SpongeBob musical!!! I didn’t cry, you cried! 🥲🎤🤯🙏❤️,” Thicke, 46, wrote on Instagram as he shared a video montage of photos of his son with family members, including Thicke’s mother, singer Gloria Loring, and Julian’s younger sister, Mia Love, 5, whom the singer shares with his longtime girlfriend, April Love Geary.
The post also included several clips of Julian performing on stage during the show. He had pink makeup on his cheeks and matching hairspray in his hair as he portrayed the famous underwater starfish from the hit Nickelodeon show.
Thicke’s oldest child’s musical talents are nothing new to the father of four. Last year on The Jennifer Hudson Show, he said that Julian “got the gift” when it comes to music.
He shared that Julian "started singing from a very young age," adding, "I would give him whatever little pointers I could."
"He's a natural singer and he just got a lead part in the middle school play," Thicke said at the time, noting that Julian was set to play Charlie in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. His role as Patrick Star in this year’s musical was but a follow-up to last year’s lead role.
The “Close to You” singer also said that his son had started “playing a little guitar” at the time and that he wanted him to “write his own songs.”
"It's really his journey and his life," he continued. "I more encourage him to be himself and love himself."
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