Will people be talking about Robin Thicke's Grammy performance months from now? Maybe. Maybe not.
But regardless of whether or not it becomes the center of conversation like his previous performances, the singer and the band Chicago proved that you don't need to twerk and flash foam fingers to give an entertaining show.
Thicke, who continues to be mentioned over his controversial MTV Video Music Awards performance with Miley Cyrus, took the stage tonight with the '70s American rock band for a very enjoyable—and clean—collaboration.
The singer (and his perfect velvet suit) joined Chicago in singing some of their biggest hits "Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?" and "Saturday in the Park."
Thicke even got on the piano and reminded us why we swoon over him and his talents.
Then the lights and music changed, and Chicago rocked out with Robin to his famous hit "Blurred Lines" sans twerking, naked models, a half-naked Miley Cyrus or foam fingers. It was just a good ole performance, with the blue-eyed crooner singing at the top of his lungs to the crowd as the band played instruments behind him.
And whaddya know? It was awesome.