Everyone has an opinion about the raunchy VMAs performance, you know the one. But what did Robin Thicke’s parents think of his performance with Miley Cyrus?
Robin has kept mum about the whole situation, not wanting to bring more attention to himself, Miley has gotten slammed from all quarters it seems. The only ones coming to her defense are other celebs like Justin Timberlake, who said, “let her do her thing”.
Robin Thicke is married to actress and high school sweetheart Paula Patton (2 Guns, Mission: Impossible-Ghost Protocol) and from all appearances is not fazed at the attention his little number with Cyrus has brought.
The Internet has been taken by storm, there have been cries to punish MTV for allowing young children to see such outrage, and Miley Cyrus has been called every name in the books.
But what did Robin Thicke’s parents think of this whole episode?
His mom, actress Gloria Loring, was surprised by the whole thing, but it had nothing to do with Robin Thicke. Loring told omg!Insider all she could think about what Cyrus’ parents watching the display.
“I just keep thinking of her mother and father watching this. Oh, Lord, have mercy.” she told the magazine.
As to Miley’s overly suggestive moves on her son, Loring says she wasn’t expecting her to be putting her butt so close to Robin’s…privates.
“The problem is now I can never ‘un-see’ it.” she adds. Not a good visual having a 20-year-old grinding on her 37-year-old married boy. “I don’t understand what Miley Cyrus is trying to do. I just don’t understand. I think she’s misbegotten in this attempt of hers.
As far as Robin Thicke, his mom couldn’t be more proud, “Him? Loved it. I love that suit, the black and white suit.”
His dad, actor Alan Thicke, seems very nonchalant about all of it, tweeting,
Parents still bemoaning VMAs might have had a clue when Gaga bared butt in opening. Good time to lock up your children?!
— Alan Thicke (@alan_thicke) August 27, 2013
So, in summary, Robin Thicke’s parents are putting all the blame on Miley Cyrus, surprise, surprise.