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The singer is also seen being joined by the ladies to play a roulette and pour glitter from a champagne bottle.
The fictional news anchor provides commentaries as the 'Blurred Lines' hitmaker sings does the majority of the remake of Christopher Cross' song for 'Anchorman: The Legend Continues' soundtrack.
The disco jam, which was premiered during the summer at Jay-Z and Justin Timberlake's tour, serves as the first single off the DJ's yet-to-be-titled album.
Along with Jason Derulo, Jennifer Hudson and Enrique Iglesias, the singer and the band will take the stage on the West Coast on Tuesday, December 31.
The British singer is seen joined by several twerkers as well as dancing in 'Blurred Lines'-esque big balloons that spell out 'Lily Allen has a baggy p***y.'
In an interview on Alan Carr's 'Chatty Man', the 'Blurred Lines' singer hints at possibility that he will not perform together with the twerking queen at the upcoming MTV EMAs.
Gaye's children also sue EMI whom they claim has failed to protect their late father's songs and attempted to intimidate the family from pursuing a lawsuit.
Thicke, who reunites with his twerking buddy Miley Cyrus, will perform his 'Give It to U' while Snoop will play 'Gin and Juice' to commemorate the 20th anniversary of his debut album.
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, along with Selena Gomez, will also perform on December 13 at the Madison Square Garden.
Duo Macklemore and Ryan Lewis and country singer Keith Urban will also make appearances at the show, which will be aired on CBS from the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on Friday, December 6.
The former judge of 'The Voice' and the 'Blurred Lines' hitmaker are photographed performing with a full band on an all-pink set.
The couple gets lovey dovey as they join the likes of Christina Milian, Jill Scott, Michelle Williams, Letoya Luckett and Adam Brody on the red carpet.
The Hispanic beauty worked on her first collaboration with the 'Blurred Lines' singer over the weekend.
The 15-date tour featuring Jessie J and DJ Cassidy will begin on February 21 at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta.
The university's Student Union says that the track, which has controversial lyrics and music video, promotes 'unhealthy attitude towards sex and consent.'