Paula Patton was out promoting her new film, "2 Guns," on "Chelsea Lately," but she had to discuss the controversial music video put out by her husband, Robin Thicke. The video for "Blurred Lines" certainly didn't blur any of the female nudity, leading YouTube to deem it too hot for them. Instead, they got a "clean," clothed version.
According to Patton, though, the release of the NSFW edit of the video was her idea. "We watched it and I thought, it’s amazing. It’s beautiful," she said. "I like it more than the clothed version. I don’t know what to tell you ... I mean, listen, when girls look like that?”
She admitted that she was a little bit jealous, but then she just wanted to "jump his bones." Some of that affection for the song might be because she inspired it, according to Thicke. He spoke to Howard Stern about "Blurred Lines," saying, "It has this 'she’s a good girl, but she wants to be a bad girl.' It’s very much about my wife. My wife is Ms. Good Girl. Gradually over our marriage, I’ve turned her into a bad girl.”
Patton said that the professional jealousy think can go both ways, too. She has at least one nude scene in her new movie with Denzel Washington. "2 Guns" hits theaters on Friday. "Chelsea Lately" airs weeknights at 11 p.m. ET on E!
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