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Robin Thicke's Performance Of Blurred Lines On America’s Got Talent Will Leave You Wanting More!

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Robin Thicke continued to promote feminism at Radio City Music Hall on America’s Got Talent this week with a live rendition of Blurred Lines.

We have a feeling the AGT semifinalists, talented as they are, were probably relieved Robin was only performing and not competing.

Cause the song may be called Blurred Lines, but one thing is DEF clear:

The man can sing!

Check it outtttttt (above)!

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8 comments to “Robin Thicke's Performance Of Blurred Lines On America’s Got Talent Will Leave You Wanting More!”



  1. 1

    It is sickening that a family show is promoting the rape song. And Thicke's explanations about how this song is feminist is absolute crap. I would like to see someone take something "big enough to tear his ass in two" and tell him, "I know you want it, bitch".



  2. 2

    Only douches wear sunglasses inside.

  3. bshw says – reply to this


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    he CANNOT sing…that was a horrible performance.

  4. Default Setteen says – reply to this


    4

    Stop freaking calling this feminism. It's sexism.

  5. Tisha says – reply to this


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    Whoever said that Robin Thick could sing was tone deaf!



  6. 6

    I don't understand how hes promoting "rape". no where in this song does he even hint at rape. saying you see signs of sexual attraction does not imply rape. If anything Rick Ross's line in U.E.N.O. should be under more fire. He BLATANTLY says he drugged someone and then raped them.

  7. @v@ says – reply to this


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    This has more vocal energy than a couple of the other renditions I've seen. The song is different with fresh percussion, but is instrumentally repetitive. I can't figure out what's missing for me…a great riff or hook or something. It's the first time I've seen him break out of smooth and let it rip a little. Enjoyed it.

  8. Holly says – reply to this


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    Re: rosebud99 – This isn't a "rape song." Seriously, listen to it.