Paula Patton Talks About Robin Thicke's Anatomy: "Blurred Lines" Brag Is "Accurate"

Celebrity News Oct. 14, 2013 AT 5:30PM
Paula Patton and singer Robin Thicke arrive at a Los Angeles premiere Paula Patton revealed that the claim that her husband has impressive anatomy is, in fact, "accurate." Credit: Gregg DeGuire/WireImage

Paula Patton has been gamely downplaying the controversy surrounding husband Robin Thicke's provocative performance at this year's MTV Video Music Awards and the suggestive nature of his "Blurred Lines" music video, but there is one thing that she has no problem talking about.

In the November issue of Glamour, the Baggage Claim actress calls Thicke's much talked-about video "cool," "funny," and "awesome." One part in particular, in which a balloon message states that "Robin Thicke has a big d--k," has caught the attention of fans.

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Asked if the statement was a true one, Patton couldn't resist divulging a bit. 

"Robin's like, 'Listen, if I'm, you know, in the Miami Heat's locker room, I don't know where I stand, but …'" she said in the interview. "But I think that the statement is fairly accurate!"

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And she should know! Originally high school sweethearts, the couple wed eight years ago and have experienced plenty of ups and downs together. In fact, Thicke revealed in an interview with BBC's Newsbeat, she was the inspiration behind his monster summer jam.

"I don't think people got it," the 36-year-old singer said. "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."

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In fact, Patton, 37, did also jokingly mention that Thicke "ruined" her when they first began dating -- starting with their first kiss.

"He sang Jodeci's 'Forever My Lady' to me," she recalled. "He did a full-out R&B onstage performance in his dad's living room. Then he kissed me. It worked!"

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"Gosh, I hope I'm still a good girl and a bad girl at the same time," she continued. "And I think that every girl should know the bad girl inside her -- and that doesn't make her bad, you know?"

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