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The Mother Monster changes costume several times before revealing her clam-shell bra while singing 'Applause', as Cyrus grinds on Thicke during their joint performance of 'Blurred Lines'.
The payout was apparently offered before Thicke filed a pre-emptive lawsuit to protect 'Blurred Lines'.
In the Diane Martel-directed video, the 'Blurred Lines' hitmaker is seen being surrounded by dancers, cotton candy-clad girls and fake people in the stands.
The late singer's son says that Thicke's lawsuit causes him and his family 'a lot of duress', in addition to taking away his time to promote his own music project.
Robin Thicke, Pharrell Williams and T.I. are attempting to protect the summer hit, which is said to have too many similarities to Gaye's 'Got to Give It Up' and Funkadelic's 'Sexy Ways'.
The 'Blurred Lines' crooner and the 'We Can't Stop' singer join Kanye West and Lady GaGa in the line-up.
The R'n'B crooner will perform at the MTV-hosted free show taking place at NYC's Terminal 5 on August 23.
After 10 years since he released his debut album, the 'Give It 2 U' singer finally has a No.1 album in the Billboard chart.
Thicke, Fallon, and the Roots team up to perform the chart-topping single using children's instruments, which include a banana shaker, an ukulele and a xylophone.
Audience members and the judges of the singing competition are seen dancing along to the R'n'B singer's hit single, which is currently having its 8th week at Billboard 100's No.1.
The sexy crooner sang his No. 1 hit 'Blurred Lines' and the Timbaland-produced 'Take It Easy on Me'.
Leading stars Mark Wahlberg and Denzel Washington also grace the red carpet rolled out in front of SVA Theatre in New York City.
Having his hit single topping the Billboard 100 for seven weeks in a row, the 'Blurred Lines' singer will release his new album on July 30.
In the parody video, the Seattle 'boylesque' group members impersonate topless females while three female singers replace original vocalists Thicke, Pharrell Williams and T.I..
The R'n'B crooner defends his controversial music video, saying it was meant to be silly rather than sexy.