Oct 14, 2013 5:42pm
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In a recent interview with the BBC, Robin Thicke, 36, said his controversial song “Blurred Lines” was about wife Paula Patton.
“I wrote it about my wife. … She’s my good girl. And I know she wants it because we’ve been together for 20 years,” he said.
Read: Robin Thicke: I Don’t Know If I’d be Alive Without Paula Patton
In the song, Thicke refers to a “bad girl,” which Patton, 37, admits she is, but only because of her husband.
“He ruined me!” Patton told the November issue of Glamour
for the magazine’s Girl of the Month column. ”Gosh, I hope I’m still a good girl and a bad girl at the same time.”
Patton took it one step further and said every woman should be able to relate to her husband’s sexy song.
“And I think that every girl should know the bad girl inside her, and that doesn’t make her bad, you know?” she said.
Finally, the “Baggage Claim” actress confirmed what everyone wanted to know: Was Thicke’s comment on the song about his well-endowed manhood correct?
“I think that the statement is fairly accurate!” she said