Robin Thicke made sure his MTV Europe Music Awards performance was ''classy''. The singer courted controversy following his raunchy performance with Miley Cyrus in August.
Robin Thicke made sure his MTV Europe Music Awards performance was ''classy''.
The 'Blurred Lines' hitmaker - who caused controversy with his raunchy onstage collaboration with Miley Cyrus at the MTV Video Music Awards in August - was determined to avoid a repeat performance and ensured his dancers protected their modesty when he took the stage at the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam last night (10.11.13).
He told BANG Showbiz: ''We made sure the dancer's body paint was classy this time.''
The 36-year-old R&B crooner performed a rendition of his smash hit song with rapper Iggy Azalea, and a new track, 'Feel Good', and Robin was certainly feeling good after coming off stage.
He enthused: ''I've been to Amsterdam many times and I love this city for many reasons. I had a great time onstage tonight. The crowd was electric.
''Iggy's amazing. We met recently in Liverpool, actually - we did a show together. She's so down to earth, and super talented, and beautiful and lovely.''
Despite sharing the same bill as his infamous VMAs collaborator, Miley, 20, it appears Robin was too busy with his own performance to catch up with the 'Wrecking Ball' hitmaker.
He added: ''I didn't see Miley's performance tonight, but I'm sure she was amazing.''
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