Robin Thicke has insisted that he won't be performing with Miley Cyrus again, following the furore over their MTV VMAs appearance.
The R&B star will be seen on Alan Carr's Chatty Man TV show this evening - but the show was actually filmed on Wednesday night and Channel 4 have given us a sneak preview of what he says.
Asked about the rumours that he and Miley were planning another performance together, he replied: "Oh no, no no no."
But host Carr pressed him, asking: "Is that a Chatty Man exclusive? Because if I watch it and she pops up with a foam finger, touching herself, I’ll be furious."
And Robin was equally categorical, saying: "No, no, definitely no, definitely not."
Alan quipped: "You had the best seat at the VMAs didn't you?"
To which his guest replied: "I never, I never looked at her – that would have been rude. I looked in her eyes, it was all about heart."
And he elaborated: "And to us, there was no sexuality between us, it was all silliness and fun – it was like throwing a party at your house and being silly.
"But I understand how... it might have offended some people, and especially because she – everyone knows her as Hannah Montana, it would have been different if it was Rihanna or a different girl, you know what I mean, but the fact that it was Hannah Montana, becoming a woman and doing it they way she wanted to do it.
"But it wouldn’t have mattered who she was performing with, she would have done that – I had no effect on her performance; she would have done that with anybody, that's how she likes to dance."
Robin Thicke and Miley Cyrus will both be performing at this year's MTV EMA (although not together it seems!) which you can see Sunday from 8pm on MTV.
The full Alan Carr interview can be seen at 10pm this evening on Channel 4.
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