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And then I started playing it for my friends and my lady, and everybody just thought it was great," he said in an interview Thursday. Thicke's unrated video hit the Web on Tuesday and so far it has more than 1 million views on YouTube. The original kid- and teen-friendly version debuted last week and has close to , views. Thicke said his wife was OK with the models on the set and he sought her approval: "Obviously if she didn't like it, I wouldn't put it out. He said because of his upcoming album, he won't appear on the second season of BET's "Real Husbands of Hollywood," which also stars comedian-actor Kevin Hart. The hit show recently wrapped its first season.
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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.
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Robin Thicke's music video with nude models prowling is banned from YouTube, playing on Vevo
By Daily Mail Reporter. Robin Thicke's new music video has been branded too hot for YouTube. The clip features nude models prowling around Thicke and rappers T. A spokesperson for YouTube didn't immediately respond to an email seeking comment. The video is still playing on the music video website Vevo.
Since dropping in March, Robin Thicke 's "Blurred Lines" clip has amassed more than 94 million views, becoming the runaway viral hit of the summer. And it didn't get there without a bit of controversy — particularly surrounding YouTube-barred version that features nude models prancing with Thicke, Pharrell and T. But the video's director, Diane Martel, tells MTV News that even though it was controversial, she wouldn't let anyone scrap the nude version. I like both versions now.