Robin Thicke seemed to make any blurred lines very clear Sunday night -- check out his performance of his new song, "Get Her Back."
He crooned, "I'll wait for forever for you to love me again ... I gotta get her go get her go get her back. I gotta treat her right."
Yes, that seemed to be about his estranged wife, Paula Patton. He also called her out in an acceptance speech.
"Most importantly, I'd like to thank my wife for her love and support and for putting up with me all these years. Thank you."
The song made news because Thicke's relationship with Patton has been rocked by cheating allegations.
On Instagram, Thicke said he had a "great time" performing the song. Other lyrics included "I miss you so much baby, I just want you to come back home."
Thicke even asked the crowd to help him "get her back." The two have been together since high school and always spoke of a solid marriage until the scandal.
There were rumors before the show that Thicke would debut the song, and that he'd written for her.
The two announced their separation in February, but they are not divorced.
They've never stated an official reason for their split. No comment as of yet from Patton.
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