Jimmy Kimmel 'Blurred Lines' Parody with Robin Thicke and Pharell

jimmy gets in on robin thickes action

Robin Thicke, T.I. and Pharell's tune 'Blurred Lines' is one of the hottest hits out right now, with vocals that are delivered with just the right amount of charm and swagger.

The NSFW music video is available in two version, one featuring scantily clad models and the other showing them topless.  Nearly 50 million views have been registered thus far on YouTube.

Late night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel referenced the R&B video during his opening monologue Thursday night.

He told his audience, "I was extremely disappointed when I saw it.  Guillermo and I were supposed to be in it, but we were cut out.  Since they're on the show tonight, we were able to get the unedited version of the video, no offense, but I happen to think this one is better."

The video starts out with Thicke crooning while several lovely ladies gyrate and then things get crazy when Kimmel and Guillermo, dressed like Thicke and Pharrell, join the group.

'Blurred Lines' hit #1 on the Billboard 100 chart this week.  Check out the spoof below:

Photo Credit: Facebook-Jimmy Kimmel