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Robin Thicke angry at Miley Cyrus, says her VMA antics went 'too far'

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"Blurred Lines" singer Robin Thicke has reportedly drawn a line between him and Miley Cyrus. According to US Weekly on Jan. 31, Thicke is still fuming over their August 2013 MTV Video Music Awards performance that created headlines because of Miley's twerking and infamous foam finger.

The 36-year-old Thicke has been criticized after the performance by some critics who believe he was "old enough to know better", but he feels it was out of his control and that Miley Cyrus "hijacked the performance."

The tension between the two heated up when Thicke responded to a question in an interview with Oprah Winfrey. When asked about Miley's racy moves, Thicke simply replied that it was "on her." Miley Cyrus didn't take the response too well and some insiders believe that Thicke is just jealous of the attention the pop star's career has drawn since the show.

Although a beef between the two has been denied, another insider noticed that the two did not say a word to each other at the pre-Grammy party although they were just sitting a table apart.

In the meantime, Robin Thicke was one of many stars who attended ESPN's Super Bowl party. The Grammy-nominated Thicke headlined a performance that opened with another Grammy nominee, Kendrick Lamar.

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