Robin Thicke Addresses VMA Scandal, Announces New Tour

Robin Thicke is no philanderer. That's how he tells it, anyway. In a new interview with Star, the singer says that, regardless of a certain photo of him clumsily grabbing the underside of socialite's butt at the VMAs after-party, his marriage to Paula Patton is solid. The man responsible for "Blurred Lines" called their union "the greatest love of the century, and the most functional, dysfunctional marriage in Hollywood." Is that a ringing endorsement? Maybe "solid" is not the right word after all.
Still, Thicke went on to say that, he and Patton are nothing but content. He doesn't say whether his wife took issue with his wandering digits after his infamous bump-and-grind performance with Miley Cyrus on the VMA stage. As for the butt-grabbing drama, Thicke says, "My only comment about the so-called scandalous photo would be that my wife and I are perfectly in love and very happily married," he told Star.
In other Thicke news, the Beetljuician singer has announced a new US tour, for which he'll tow along pop star Jessie J and DJ Cassidy. The tour kicks off on February 21, 2014, at Atlanta's Fox Theatre. (Star)
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