Canadian R'n'B artist has already spoken in the recent past about his infamous "Blurred Lines" music video, the one with nude models strutting around with him and his two collaborators, and Now in a new interview, the 36-year-old singer defends his notorious music video against criticisms that it objectifies women.
"It doesn't even look dangerous. We're the ones who look the fools [in the video]. And the women, they're not gyrating or shaking their butts or even doing any sexy dancing. It's as silly as can possibly be," says Thicke. In previous promotional interview on U.K. radio station Kiss FM, Thicke revealed that he actually wanted a humorous, Benny Hill-type of visuals for the bouncy track, but as it turned out, the final official video as people know it today, from the mind of director Diane Martel, was also quite "fun."