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Alan Thicke's Ex-Wife Reveals His Sons Robin & Brennan Were 'Devastated' & 'Could Barely Talk' After Their Dad's Sudden Passing

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Our hearts are just breaking for Alan Thicke's loved ones.

As we previously reported, the Growing Pains alum passed away this week after suffering a heart attack while playing hockey with his son Carter. He was only 69-years-old.

So it's no wonder the industry vet's family is still coping with his untimely passing.

Related: Alan's Sons Remember Their Late Father

During a candid chat with People, Alan's ex-wife Gloria Loring revealed how her sons with the actor, Brennan Thicke and Robin Thicke, reacted to the tragic news. Miz Loring shared:

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New Details On Alan Thicke's Final Moments — He Reportedly Gave A Thumbs Up & Asked His Son To Take His Photo As EMTs Took Him To The Hospital

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We're still processing the news of Alan Thicke's untimely death, especially since new details have emerged about the moments right before the Growing Pains alum died. How awful.

As we previously reported, the beloved TV dad passed away on Tuesday after suffering from a heart attack while playing hockey with his son Carter at the Pickwick Gardens ice skating rink in Burbank, CA. Thicke was pronounced dead at the at Providence St. Joseph's Medical Center — he was 69 years old.

Photos: Stars We Lost In 2016

And although Robin Thicke's dad didn't survive his heart attack, he did receive immediate care as the ice rink's vice president, named Darin Mathewson, revealed:

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Alan Thicke's Sons Robin & Carter Remember Their Late Father In Separate Heartfelt Tributes About The TV Actor

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Our hearts ache for Alan Thicke's loved ones.

As we previously reported, the Growing Pains alum passed away on Tuesday after suffering from a heart attack while playing hockey with his son Carter. He was 69 years old.

Photos: Stars We Lost In 2016

And while countless celebrities have flocked to social media to mourn the beloved TV actor, it seems his family are reflecting on his death in different ways. Like many others, Alan's son Carter took to Instagram and penned a heartfelt tribute to his father (below).

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ICYMI: Over 200 Musicians — Including Jennifer Hudson, R. Kelly, & Weezer — Defend Pharrell Against 'Dangerous' Blurred Lines Verdict!

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Last week, it was reported that Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke clapped back hard at that Blurred Lines lawsuit — appealing the verdict that they committed copyright infringement against Marvin Gaye's Got to Give It Up.

Throughout the drawn out court battle, the singers expressed the sentiment that paying homage to an earlier era and making a song reminiscent of a sound shouldn't fall under copyright infringement.

And it looks like a TON of musicians agree — because 212 artists, composers, and producers have filed a brief with the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in support of the bid by Williams, Thicke, and T.I. to overturn the decision.

Related: Ed Sheeran Sued For Stealing From Marvin Gaye!

Musicians from all corners of the industry have banded together to support the appeal, claiming that the Blurred Lines creators deserve victory on grounds that the court's ruling will set a precedent that will "stifle creativity" and "impede the creative process."

Among those who threw their names in the ring are the members of Train, Linkin Park, Earth, Wind & Fire, The Black Crowes, Fall Out Boy, as well as Weezer's Rivers Cuomo, Hall & Oates' John Oates, R. Kelly, Hans Zimmer, Jennifer Hudson, Jean Baptiste, Evan Bogart and Brian Burton (Danger Mouse).

The artist's brief, penned by entertainment attorney Ed McPherson, states:

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Robin Thicke, Pharrell, & T.I. Officially Appeal The Blurred Lines Copyright Verdict!

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Robin Thicke, Pharrell, and T.I. are not going to give it up when it comes to that Blurred Lines lawsuit.

Last year, the musicians lost their legal battle against Marvin Gaye's family, who claimed the guys committed copyright infringement with their 2013 hit.

Related: Late Musician's Estate Says Justin Timberlake & Will.i.am Ripped Off A Song!

The late legend's estate won millions of dollars after alleging the songsmiths stole their single from Marvin's Got To Give It Up.

But on Wednesday, the trio officially filed to appeal the verdict! The musicians submitted their opening brief with the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.

In their legal papers, the performers explained that the verdict, as it stands, could inhibit other artists' creative processes in the future, saying:

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