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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.
The singer slammed the criticism which claims that the lyrics and the music video of his T.I. and Pharrell Williams-assisted hit 'seem to glamorize violence against women.'
JT may just yet rival Robin Thicke's 'Blurred Lines' clip with the release of his own clip featuring topless women.
The former Disney star joins the 'Blurred Lines' collaborators to sing their hit single on the stage at a Myspace relaunch party in California.
The 'Nashville' actress joins in on the live performance, showing off dance moves alongside taller models.
The R'n'B crooner calls his upcoming sixth album after its first single, made infamous by its racy music video.
The trio performs a PG version of their controversial collaboration 'Blurred Lines' on the show's May 14 results show.
The R 'n' B crooner says the new version of his 'Blurred Lines' video was banned by YouTube because it was 'too hot.'