Photo Credit: Brian Friedman
Robin Thicke dressed to the nines when he strolled up onto the stage at Staples Center for KIIS-FM's Jingle Ball, golden microphone in hand.
There wasn't a foam finger to be found when Thicke's band kicked into his now-Grammy nominated hit "Blurred Lines." It's up for the award for Best Performance by a Duo/Group.
The song that defined 2013 - it even topped Daft Punk's "Get Lucky" on Billboard's list - had everyone in the crowd dancing and singing "Hey, hey, hey."
Even rapper T.I. went out to do his part!
Thicke held on to the crowd as long as possible by telling his band to give him 24-hit countdown.
He strutted all over the stage and seemed to take in his performance, which capped off a moment in his career that he will not forget: Being nominated for a Grammy and performing in front of a sold out crowd at Staples Center. What more could the guy ask for?