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The singer, who joins performers like Shakira and Katy Perry among others, will perform a song called 'Get Her Back' which is about him trying to fix his relationship with his actress wife.
Thicke's cancellation also comes on the heels of an online petition urging the Junos to 'remove' the 'Blurred Lines' singer from its line-up of performers.
The 'Blurred Lines' hitmaker is spotted without his wedding band, but he's still preaching about forgiveness at his Madison Square Garden concert.
The new clip shows the three stars dancing while being backed by a full band on a pink heart-shaped stage surrounded by palm trees.
The singer declares his love for his actress wife before performing the classic love song by Al Green during a concert at the Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
The 'Baggage Claim' actress seemingly addresses her separation from the 'Blurred Lines' singer, posting a message which reads, 'If you love something let it go.'
The R'n'B singer tells the crowd at his Virginia concert that the song was written for his actress wife before singing it while sporting his wedding ring.
The 'Blurred Lines' singer tells a videographer, 'I'm just trying to get her back,' just a few days after he and Patton announced that they called it quits after 9 years of marriage.
The singer says in a statement on his website that he's 'looking forward to getting back on out on the road and performing in Washington DC this Thursday, and the rest of the tour.'
The new date for the scrapped show at Harrah's Cherokee Casino Resort in North Carolina on Tuesday night, February 25 will be announced 'as soon as possible.'
The couple said they would remain best friends in the announcement that follows reports of him cheating on her.
The members of the Humanists of Boston University take issue with the lyrics and the controversial music video of the singer's hit single, 'Blurred Lines'.
Along with Jermaine Dupri, the two entertainers will perform at the Lower Manhattan's Pier 36/Basketball City on January 31.
The 'Blurred Lines' hitmaker and the 'Q.U.E.E.N' singer, who are nominated for four awards each, will battle against each other in Outstanding Song and Outstanding Album.
Thicke will perform with Chicago while Metallica, who last performed at Grammys in 1991, will be joined by Chinese concert pianist Lang Lang.