Yes, the Levys are on the list.
TBH, most of these videos seem pretty tame nowadays.
April Love Geary, Robin Thicke's Fiancé Of Three Years And Mom To Three Of His Kids, Explained Why She Won't Be Signing A Prenup Ahead Of Their Wedding
Robin and April have been together since 2014.
Both judges reportedly left the stage in protest of the former New York City mayor's unmasking, but they eventually returned.
Emily Ratajkowski Said She “Agonized” Over Going Public With Her Accusations Against Robin Thicke After Revealing That She Hasn’t Heard From Him Since Her Claims Were Leaked
"I didn’t want to write that essay," Emily told BuzzFeed News. "I realized that I was kind of agonizing over it because I knew that it was going to be made into this thing that I didn’t want to be known for."
Emily Ratajkowski Revealed That She Hasn’t Heard From Robin Thicke Since Her Accusations Against Him From The Set Of The “Blurred Lines” Music Video Were Leaked Last Month
“There’s consequences … I understand why people don’t tell these stories.”
Emily Ratajkowski Said Deciding To Include The Robin Thicke Accusations In Her New Book Represents An "Evolution Of [Her] Beliefs And Politics"
"I had a hard time writing that essay for a bunch of different reasons."
Emily Ratajkowsi Has Opened Up About Her Decision To Speak Out About Her Accusations Against Robin Thicke And Said That She Is “Frustrated” That The Allegations Were “Leaked” Without Her Consent
“I feel like it turns into a clickbait frenzy and all of a sudden words like ‘sexual assault’ and ‘allegations’ are getting thrown around.”
"I’m just looking forward to when people will be able to hear things in my own words."
“What you're watching is so obviously wrong, and so clearly what's happening is so disgusting, but it's completely compelling.”
Emily Ratajkowski’s Accusations Against Robin Thicke Have Reignited A Conversation About “Blurred Lines” And Why It Has Always Been Problematic
“The lyrics are gross, the music was plagiarised, and now the ‘risqué’ video fostered an environment where sexual assault could happen.”
16 Popular Songs From The Past 11 Years That Are Beyond Horrific, And You Probably Shouldn't Listen To Them Anymore
"Pumped Up Kicks" by Foster the People has been a horrible song since day one.
Emily Ratajkowski Opened Up About Allegedly Being Groped By Robin Thicke On The Set Of “Blurred Lines”
"I instinctively moved away, looking back at Robin Thicke."
All together, they have 26 Grammy nominations, nine multi-platinum singles, four Oscar nominations, three Super Bowl appearances, three Emmy nominations, six gold medals, and two world records.
You're gonna want to update your classic rock playlist after reading this post.
"I came in like a wrecking ball."
Robin Thicke And Pharrell Williams Have To Pay Marvin Gaye’s Family $5 Million In The “Blurred Lines” Lawsuit
The artists have been in a copyright battle with Gaye’s family for five years.
Had the infamous MTV VMAs incident in 2013 not happened, Miley says, she wouldn't be the activist she is today.
The singer opened up about Hannah Montana, ~that~ VMA performance, Liam Hemsworth, and more.
"Sorry Dad.... I'll be good tonight I promise."
Paula Patton was granted a restraining order against Robin Thicke and awarded temporary custody of their six-year-old son, a source confirmed to BuzzFeed News.
Thicke on Friday brought sheriff's deputies to get his son Julian for a custodial visit, but left empty-handed after the 6-year-old refused to go.
"When Alan Thicke walked in the room, quite frankly, no one was cooler. I miss him already." —Leo DiCaprio
Time to swap "Sex Therapy" for actual therapy.
She's lost without him.
In the wake of the $7.3 million "Blurred Lines" verdict, songwriters for Beyoncé, Sam Smith, Bruno Mars, and more talk candidly with BuzzFeed News about the trouble with copyright law and the inevitability of influence.
"Is this going to bring the music industry to its knees? Certainly not."
Jury Says "Blurred Lines" Copied Marvin Gaye And Orders $7.3 Million Payout, Gaye Family Seeks To Halt Sale Of Song
Pharrell Williams, Robin Thicke, and Universal Music Group filed the federal lawsuit against Marvin Gaye's descendants after the family raised concerns about similarities to the 1977 hit song "Got to Give It Up." UPDATE: The Gaye family will file an injunction asking the court to stop sales of "Blurred Lines."
How you think about music ≠ how the courts think about music.
A federal jury is considering whether Pharrell Williams, Robin Thicke and others involved with making the hit song "Blurred Lines" infringed on the copyright held by Gaye's descendants.
Hit maker Pharrell Williams and collaborator Robin Thicke are suing the family of Marvin Gaye in response to claims that "Blurred Lines" took parts of 1977's "Got To Give It Up."
More than seven months after announcing the couple's separation, Paula Patton filed divorce papers Wednesday in Los Angeles.
Thicke's Q&A session was flooded with questions about his treatment of women, but the response was simply: "What controversy? Hahaha."
VH1 tweeted Monday night to submit questions for singer Robin Thicke using the hashtag #AskThicke. People on Twitter took the opportunity to question his treatment of women.
Seriously—don't wait until the last minute to get a costume together this year.
To the haters, she said: "You're thinking about it more than I thought about it when I did it." Exactly.
The Morning Joe host had plenty to say about Cyrus' sexed-up performance with Robin Thicke at MTV's VMAs.