"I wasn’t into the idea at all at first," the actress told InStyle UK. "I think I came off as a bit annoyed in the video. Now, it’s the bane of my existence."
Dang. The "bane" of her existence. Even the Batman villain Bane is probably like, "Hey, hey, hey, don't bring me into this."
The criticism is pretty harsh considering Ratajkowski has said the music video helped her land her role in "Gone Girl." But, like Ratajkowski points out, it is going on three years since the music video came out.
The model is doing other things now. She's in a movie with Zac Efron and on the cover of InStyle UK:
Just one note to Ratajkowski, though. If you don't want people to ask you about Robin Thicke's video, calling it the bane of your existence is probably an even worse idea than wearing those "Blurred Lines" shoes:
C'mon, Emily. They're just impractical. #SMH
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