Robin Thicke is opening up about his penis size no pun intended. In a recent interview with Elle magazine, the sexy year-old singer was asked about making references to his gifted manhood in his "Blurred Lines" music video and new song "Give It 2 U. Like, I'm big-d--k swingin'," Thicke says. If someone's got a great outfit on, it's like, 'Oh, you're big-d--k swingin' tonight. Asked more directly about his penis size, Thicke dished, "Listen, compared to my son, I'm packing. If I'm next to LeBron James? It's probably not quite as impressive.
Nude Version of Robin Thicke's 'Blurred Lines' Music Video Gets Banned
Robin Thicke wasn't surprised his music video for Blurred Lines was banned, but thinks the clip, filled with topless women, is just simple fun. Thicke, 36, says he knew the music video, which YouTube banned within 48 hours of its release, would be controversial. Thicke says YouTube took it off because they didn't want to be responsible for what would come next, "which was religious groups". The video has since been watched more than 40 million times on Vevo and the single is a worldwide hit. The song marks the third time Thicke has worked with Pharrell Williams, following the producer's work on his second album and the track they created for animated film Despicable Me. Thicke is upfront about collaborating again with Williams, his friend of ten years, and TI for Blurred Lines. Thicke says he's looking forward to showing it off and not just because he put so much blood, sweat and tears into making it. He says nothing on the album is similar to Blurred Lines , but only because nothing could be. What it does have, he says, is a lot of fun music, particularly compared to his more serious-sounding work in the past. With the platinum success of the Blurred Lines single, it would appear Thicke's plan worked.
Students at the voted for a condemnation of the lyrics to be issued by the Students' Guild. In , Lisa Joling, head coach of the Marshfield High School dance team, was fired in August , three days after a halftime performance by her dance class to the song. This feat also gave him the eighth lead male solo artist in Billboard history to rack ten or more weeks at the number one spot for a single. He's a man, so he definitely did not make you. It's not the same chord progression. But the sexy brunette, who credited the video with winning her a role in Gone Girl and landing her a place in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, told, 'Now it's the bane of my existence. In Australia, the song was certified quadruple platinum for shipments of , and triple platinum in New Zealand for sales of 45, You can always trust Emily Ratajkowski to add some sex appeal to the proceedings. I've never gotten to do that before. Getting something banned actually helps you.