Robin Thicke Doesn't Regret Miley Cyrus VMAs Duet: "I Wouldn't Change A Thing"

27 September 2013, 13:05 | Updated: 27 September 2013, 13:37

The US singer says the pair always wanted to "raise some eyebrows" with their summer duet.

Robin Thicke says he "wouldn't change a thing" about his controversial performance with Miley Cyrus at the MTV VMAs 2013 last month.

The 'Blurred Lines' singer performed a duet with the 'Wrecking Ball' star on stage at the prestigious awards show, and courted a huge media response with the pair's raunchy dance moves and performance.

But Robin says he and Miley had always intended to provoke a response and vows that he has no regrets about the show they put on.

"Miley and I had a blast, she's a great girl," Robin revealed to E! News. "We went out there to raise some eyebrows and provoke some energy so we accomplished our goal.

"[I] wouldn't change a thing," he explained. 

Check out a picture of Robin on stage at iTunes Festival 2013 earlier this week below (Credit: iTunes):

Robin Thicke and Jessie J were spotted on the set of a music video this week after confirming they have recorded a team-up over the summer.