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Since scandalous pictures surfaced earlier this week of Robin Thicke at the VMAs grabbing a mystery gal's ass, the entire world has been desperate to learn this lady's identity! (Well, maybe not the entire world we're sure wifey Paula Patton was good
If you have had any amount of spare time in the past few days and have access to the Internet, you have heard about Mr. Thicke's performance at the VMAs with Miley Cyrus ...You must have looked past the headlines on CNN's main page in order to read
P stands for Paula Patton Robin Thicke 's super sexy, super smart wifey boo. P also stands for Photoshop the trickster tool we hope is behind such dirty behavior as depicted in the photo above!! Though, as much as we wanna believe Robin would never
Blurred Lines is a must, a necessary acknowledgment of the sound of the summer. But what to do about Mr. Thicke, an unfettered cornball and, at 36, potentially the father of some of the other nominees...Luckily enough, you have a nuclear weapon at
Robin Thicke's been a horndog long before Miley twerked up against him. OK, so we can understand how someone miiiight have been shocked by Miley Cyrus ' tongue-out twerking during her VMA performance -- if they had never seen her "We Can't Stop"
24 pm Follow Get Celebrity Newsletters: I tuned into the 2013 VMAs with eager anticipating, a feeling in my gut that Miley Cyrus would somehow manage to steal the spotlight and start a conversation...Emerging from a giant teddy bear, trademark tongue
Montreal comedian Jon Lajoie gave his take on Miley Cyrus and Robin Thicke's risque VMA performance. Titled Miley, You're A Good Girl, Lajoie raps about how everyone's reactions may be a little hypocritical: We want topless women in our music videos,
I think there is a part of this story that is being underplayed if not ignored...He just got an internationally broadcast lap dance while performing a song about rape. Miley is obviously straining to break the ties to her Hannah days...United States,
This iTunes' Official Music Charts for the week ending Aug. 26, 2013: Top Songs: 1. "Roar," Katy Perry 2. "Blurred Lines (feat. T.I. & Pharrell)," Robin Thicke 5. "Applause," Lady Gaga 6. "Royals," Lorde 7. "We Can't Stop," Miley Cyrus 9. "
Robin Thicke is enjoying a pop culture moment with the upbeat Marvin Gaye-esque single "Blurred Lines," but the song didn't click with his record label when he previewed it last summer. "The record company didn't get it...Remy Martin paid for the