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Robin Thicke's mom: Don't twerk on my son!

  • Robin Thicke’s famous mom, singer/actress Gloria Loring tells Showbiz Tonight if she thinks Miley Cyrus’ dirty dance with her son on the MTV VMAs is worth government attention
  • A new report says the FCC got tons of complaints about the Cyrus/Thicke number

The first one to complain about Miley Cyrus’ bumping and grinding on Robin Thicke during their MTV Video Music Awards performance last month was probably Robin’s mom, singer and former “Days of Our Lives” star Gloria Loring.  

New reports suggest that Loring wasn’t the only one who was ticked about Miley’s twerking. The Smoking Gun website just published some of the 150 complaints the FCC got about Miley and Robin’s racy performance. Turns out, many viewers want the government to fine and punish Miley and Robin (never mind that the FCC doesn’t regulate cable)!

Appearing on Showbiz Tonight, Loring -- while still not impressed with seeing her son grinded on national TV -- said it’s not quite a federal case. “[Miley’s] not doing much that hasn't been done before,” Loring tells Showbiz Tonight’s A.J. Hammer. “I mean, come on! Madonna? I mean, Lady Gaga's out there sitting in the audience with a g-sting and clam shells.” Still, Loring calls Miley “a lovely and talented young woman.”

Tune in tonight at 11 p.m. ET/PT to see what else Loring has to say about her famous son, Miley’s antics, and today’s breaking news that Miley’s broken off her engagement with actor Liam Hemsworth.

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