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Originally posted 02/26/2015 06:20PM
Jurors in the "Blurred Lines" trial heard a bizarre bit of testimony on Wednesday when Robin Thicke took the stand and proceeded to perform an elaborate piano medley.
Originally posted 09/16/2014 03:25PM
It seems like Robin Thicke went from having the best year of his life to his absolute worst.
Originally posted 09/15/2014 05:10PM
As his hit "Blurred Lines" climbed the charts, Robin Thicke was battling drug and alcohol problems behind closed doors – and coming clean to his now-estranged wife, Paula Patton.
Originally posted 07/16/2014 01:05PM
Wednesday's video is "Foil," a spoof of Lorde's "Royals" that illuminates many of the helpful properties of tinfoil. Yankovic begins by explaining how the material can protect your leftovers and then goes on from there. (Any more information would probably spoil it – no pun intended.)
Originally posted 02/25/2014 01:30PM
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Originally posted 01/21/2014 02:45PM
Emily Ratajkowski was pretty much an unknown until her appearance in Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" video in 2013.
The song was one of the year's inescapable hits, and the video – notably featuring a topless Ratajkowski – has been viewed more than 257 million times.
Such a reaction has led many to speculate that Sports Illustrated would be featuring Ratajkowski in its 50th anniversary swimsuit issue, which hits newsstands Feb. 11.
Originally posted 12/06/2013 11:40PM
The song of the summer – Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" – was a no-brainer for a record of the year nod when the 2014 Grammy nominations were announced Friday night during a live concert at the Nokia Theater in L.A.
But Miley Cyrus, whose headline-making songs "We Can't Stop" and "Wrecking Ball" were eligible, was shut out of the major categories.
Jay-Z leads the pack with nine nominations, Justin Timberlake, Kendrick Lamar and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis scored seven apiece while newcomer Lorde received four.
Originally posted 12/04/2013 03:00PM
The ambitious project, which Kim says took 180 hours, seamlessly blends "Blurred Lines," "Get Lucky," "We Can't Stop," "Royals" and seemingly every other chart-topper from this year ... including two from Taylor Swift, who was omitted from Kim's 2012 medley.
Originally posted 11/07/2013 11:00AM
It's not every awards show where the ratio of cowboy hats per head outnumbers, well, everything else. Throw in a lot of boots and big hair and songs referencing various types of automobiles, and we reckon your Honky Tonk Badonkadonk's definitely at the CMA Awards.
Originally posted 11/06/2013 09:45PM
It wouldn't be a music awards show – even a country one – without giving a nod to the year's biggest hit.
"Blurred Lines" got some love during Wednesday night's CMA Awards in Nashville, Tenn., when hosts Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley kicked off the night with a parody of Robin Thicke's party anthem. The new version "Duck Lines" was a nod to the cast of A&E's Duck Dynasty.
The reality family joined the hosts on stage for the silly song, which replaced "I know you want it," with "I know you hunt it," and used "You're a country girl," instead of "You're a good girl." The words "Quack, quack, quack" replaced "Hey, hey, hey."
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