Married Robin Thicke crosses those lines again as he dirty dances with stunning woman at nightclub

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He caused controversy at the MTV VMAs for his raunchy performance with 21-year-old Miley Cyrus and Robin Thicke followed that up by fondling a fan’s bottom as they posed for a picture at the afterparty.

And although his wife Paula Patton didn't bat an eyelid at either of those incidents, she is sure to be displeased by his latest antics, dirty dancing with a beautiful female fan at a Parisian nightclub.

The Blurred Lines singer – who has been married to Patton, the mother of his three-year-old son Julian, since 2005 – not only enjoyed a sexy dance with the stunning clubber, but the pair were also spotted embracing.


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Thicke, 36, performed at Club 79 in the Paris capital on Saturday, before joining revellers on the dancefloor.

He dressed in his customary three-piece suit and sunglasses and was surrounded by a bevy of beautiful backing dancers as per usual.

However, Robin ditched both his suit jacket and sunglasses as he hit the floor with the mystery beauty.

With his sleeves rolled up and the top buttons of his shirt undone, he looked ready to tear up the dancefloor but appeared to only have eyes for his fan as he was spotted drinking and smoking.

While there is no suggestion that anything improper occurred between Thicke and the woman, he seemed to be having the time of his life as they danced.

She was dressed in a skimpy black dress with the back of her bra on show and wore bright red lipstick.

Thicke looked slightly worse for wear, sporting a huge smile on his sweaty face as he busted a move.

His companion danced up against him and at one stage leaned in and put her arms around his neck.

They appeared to be giving each other a kiss on the cheek as they embraced.

She also held his face in her hands as she whispered in his ear.

Robin was joined on the dancefloor by numerous other revellers but the curly haired beauty was never far from his side.

It's not clear where long suffering Paula, 38, was as her husband enjoyed his raucous evening.

Robin’s most famous song is seen as being deeply offensive and derogatory towards women given controversial lyrics such as 'I know you want it' and 'let me liberate ya'.

But Thicke now says his hit single Blurred Lines is actually about his Paula.

He has defended the song claiming that the erotic and seemingly aggressive lyrics were harmless and intended to celebrate his 20 year relationship with high school sweetheart Paula.

The hitmaker told the BBC's Newsbeat at 1Xtra Live in Liverpool 'I don't think people got it', referring to the song's accompanying music video.

The online sensation featured three scantily-clad models in various states of undress - including topless - writhing about as Thicke and collaborators T.I. and Pharrell 'groped' them.
In fact, the clip was banned from YouTube in its original, unedited form.

While the singer previously dismissed the controversy surrounding the video as 'ridiculous', he took to defending it on 1Xtra Live.

'I wrote it [Blurred Lines] about my wife,' Robin explained. In the song, Robin croons 'she's my good girl'.

Thicke now claims that the lyric is about his wife Paula, explaining: 'She's my good girl. And I know she wants it because we've been together for 20 years.'

The couple first met in high school and began dating when Robin was just 16-years-old.

The song has now sold over 1.36million copies, even beating out Daft Punk's Get Lucky in sales

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