Thicke responded calmly to the furor by insisting that his wife thought the video was "great." However, as he tells Oprah Winfrey in a new exclusive interview, Patton is a little more human in this matter than Thicke initially let on!
"Paula is a wonderful artistic partner. She'll go right for supporting the art, then she'll be a jealous wife," Thicke admitted with a laugh.
"I told her the idea, and she immediately started grabbing all these magazines and coming up with images and ideas that we used in the video," he explained, then added: "Of course, once you see the video...and your husband's romping around with three topless girls, there's going to be some jealousy. Just like I get jealous if she's doing a love scene or something."
Thicke also discussed with Oprah the worldwide attention he received following his VMA performance with Miley Cyrus, collaborating with hit-makers will.i.am and Pharrell, and how "Blurred Lines" has reinvigorated his enjoyment for performing on-stage. The interview will air on OWN's "Oprah's Next Chapter" Sunday, October 13 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
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