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The 30-year-old actor and model writes in her upcoming book, "My Body," that the singer cupped her "bare breasts" while on the 2013 set for the music video.
As a co-writer of the wildly controversial song, Williams said he's now "embarrassed" that he was a part of it.
The "Blurred Lines" singer and the model have been together for more than four years.
Gaye’s family was also awarded interest on an earlier award that wasn’t immediately paid as well as 50 percent royalties on “Blurred Lines” from now on.
Appropriation of every type of visual art, music, dance... even cultural attributes has been taking place since the dawn of time.
The singer also revealed he doesn't consider himself to be an honest person.
"It’s the bane of my existence."
"What Do You Mean," like "Blurred Lines," points to a consensual ambiguity where a woman's partner takes interpretation into his own hands by presuming (incorrectly) to know what she's thinking -- even when she says otherwise.
A judge on Tuesday trimmed more than $2 million from a verdict against Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams over their hit
He continues, "As a songwriter, you’re obviously trying to create a brand-new feeling that comes from your heart. But you
“Every now and then somebody sues somebody over something because it’s either very close to it or they feel the person has
The HuffPost Show remembers Robin Thicke's career.
After hearing about the lawsuit, Gaye said her family "had to" countersue. Then when a judge rejected the motion for a summary
Zeola's memories of recording "Got To Give It Up" with her late brother are better than any monetary compensation, she added
Pharrell Williams has stayed quiet since the "Blurred Lines" case reached a verdict, which awarded Marvin Gaye's family $7.3
The “Blurred Lines” saga has finally come to its legal end, but the story may not be over. On Tuesday night, a federal jury
Electronic dance music performer Avicii may be the artist who most frequently inspires people to say, "OMG I love this song, who is it?!" according to new data released Wednesday by Shazam.
Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams lost the first round of their "Blurred Lines" lawsuit against Marvin Gaye's estate. Earlier