Robin Thicke is no stranger to baring his emotions and laying them all out on the table, especially when it comes to winning back his estranged wife, Paula Patton. But in the music video for his new single, 'Get Her Back,' the 'Blurred Lines' singer opens up more than ever.
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When Robin Thicke premiered his new song 'Get Her Back' at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards, the track's title (and premise!) totally reminded us of Hanson's 2013 single 'Get the Girl Back.' Which artist's win-her-back song is better?
Robin Thicke is pulling out all the stops on his quest to win Paula Patton back. Not only did he pen his new single 'Get Her Back' about his estranged wife, he is now reportedly naming his upcoming album 'Paula' in her honor.
Judging by how diverse each of these singers are, you might not expect them to all have covered Whitney Houston. But it's true: Ariana Grande, Kelly Clarkson and Robin Thicke have all channeled the late icon. Ariana Grande covered the late singer's classic hit 'I Have Nothing' at the White House, while Kelly Clarkson and Robin Thicke both decided to rock their own (very different) versions of 'Exhale (Shoop, Shoop).' Which artist covers Whitney Houston the best?
Robin Thicke seemed as shocked by his split with Paula Patton as we were. He quickly began dedicating songs to her while performing live, telling the world he was trying to get his love of two decades and mother of his only son back. In a rare post-split interview, he said that they are much happier and this breakup is inspiring his new music.
OK, ladies: If you ever wanted to hear One Direction talk dirty to you, here's your chance!
Jason Derulo enlisted the guys of 1D -- along with countless A-list pop stars like Austin Mahone, Ariana Grande, Robin Thicke, Fifth Harmony and many more -- to lip sync and dance to his hot new song, 'Talk Dirty.'
In this pop star face-off, we're pitting crooner Bruno Mars against the smooth-talking (er, singing) Robin Thicke. Bruno cemented his place in pop music history with his Grammy Award-winning 'Just the Way You Are,' while Robin's unforgettable 'Blurred Lines' was undoubtedly the feel-good song of the summer. Which song is better deserving of the title of Greatest Pop Song of the Modern Era?