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Robin Thicke performs in Entertainment City special

Winston Sih | posted Thursday, Aug 22nd, 2013

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Robin Thicke, the man behind song of the summer ‘Blurred Lines,’ joined Dina Pugliese at the City headquarters in Toronto last week for an exclusive interview and performance, airing as an Entertainment City special this Thursday.

In front of a live studio audience, Thicke opened up about fame, family and what it feels like to have the summer’s #1 hit.

The interview took a turn for the emotional when Thicke was joined on stage by his father, Growing Pains actor Alan Thicke. It was the first time the two have shared the spotlight since Robin Thicke’s recent rise to pop superstardom, and the senior Thicke was brought to tears when the singer talked about how he credits his father with much of his success.

“We were so excited that Alan and Robin shared this heartfelt and uniquely Canadian moment with the City family today, and with our viewers,” said Jordan Schwartz, Vice President, In-House Productions, Rogers Media.

For a sneak peek, watch the clip below.

Entertainment City: Robin Thicke, hosted by Dina Pugliese and KiSS 92.5’s Adam Wylde, airs Thursday, August 22 at 7pm ET/MT/PT and 6pm CT on City.

Follow along on social media during the broadcast with hashtag #THICKEcity.

With files from Suzanne Ellis, Cityline.ca.

Comments

  • Diane Porter says:

    Had never heard the entire song anywhere….. after the BT show I looked up the lyrics. I doubt that Dina would like them either – why promote a one hit wonder when he spews such awful stuff? If he’s such a sweet family guy he shouldn’t be singing misogynistic lyrics to get a hit song. The rhythm is catchy but the words betray a hatred of women. He’s a sell out and hopefully will fade away.

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