Robin Thicke Surrounded by Naked Models on Latest Treats! Magazine Cover

"I've done some topless photo shoots before but never completely nude," Thicke said of the cover shoot

By Bruna Nessif Sep 10, 2013 2:52 AMTags
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Well, here's some eye candy—or a treat, if you will—for the masses.

Continuing on the trend of being surrounded by beautiful naked women, which began in his music video for "Blurred Lines," singer and Hollywood hunk Robin Thicke is front and center on the cover of Treats! magazine for their September issue while five slender and sexy models pose around him wearing not much of anything.

And if you're thinking his wife Paula Patton might have had some reservations about this shoot, think again.

"I've done some topless photo shoots before but never completely nude," Thicke said of the cover shoot. "It was very sexy and I like that. At first I thought, ‘Okay, let's just do topless'...but, again, my wife and her friends were like, ‘No way...go all the way.' I think we definitely pushed the envelope."

In fact, the controversial music video was inspired by this magazine, which explains the similarities in style.

"When I was talking to my wife and her friends about the video they said, 'Do something like Treats! because you love it so much.' And her friends were like, ‘Yes!' We showed Treats! issue 3 with Emily Ratajkowski on the cover to the director (Diane Martel) and she said, 'That's our girl!' And she was cast. I wanted to give homage where homage was due. We wanted to pay it all forward about our inspiration from Treats! for the 'Blurred Lines' video."

Thicke continued to discuss the racy video, telling the mag, "All three guys in the video are married and have children…it was all tongue- in-cheek..We wanted to put everything in that was taboo. Bestiality, drug injections, etc. In fact, after the video was banned on YouTube my wife tweeted, 'Violence is ugly. Nudity is beautiful. And the ‘Blurred Lines' video makes me wanna…' We wanted it to be as silly and fun as possible."

The September issue of Treats! hits newsstands at the end of this week.