Robin Thicke with a blonde on his arm caught out by a mirror reflection. Source: Twitter
Robin Thicke with a blonde on his arm caught out by a mirror reflection. Source: Twitter

Blurred Lines: Thicke snapped at party with young blonde

IS this a case of Thicke by name and thick by nature?

Blurred Lines singer Robin Thicke has been caught out for not keeping his hands to himself after his racy VMA performance with Miley Cyrus.

He was snapped partying with an attractive blonde in front of a mirror.

The photo appears to show Thicke's hand on the girl's short skirt.

@JenLeadley tweeted the revealing picture of Thicke to his wife Paula Patton with the message, "Look at the reflection girl."

There has been no comment from Thicke or his wife on the picture.

But earlier reports from TMZ said Patton had no problems with the provocative performance of Cyrus who was grinding against her husband in the awards.

Patton claims that she is not mad at the "We Can't Stop" singer at all.

Sources close to Thicke's wife told TMZ that she was all good with Cyrus touching her husband's crotch and kissing his neck during the MTV's Video Music Awards.

Patton knew that the performance wasn't going to be G-Rated because there were "tons of rehearsals" before the show and she wasn't surprised by the show at all.

Meanwhile, a video from a big bloke showing how to become Miley Cyrus with the use of lemons, electric tape and gladwrap is going viral.

And the fallout from Miley's performance continues with women's rights group saying her performance has put their cause back.


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