Robin Thicke was left ''huffing and puffing'' over the size of his hotel room in Miami at New Year, although he didn't let it affect him and he still put on an energetic performance for his crowd.
Robin Thicke was left ''huffing and puffing'' over the size of his hotel room in Miami at New Year.
The 'Blurred Lines' star was upset with his suite at the SLS Hotel in South Beach - where he co-hosted a New Year's party - and started making a big fuss over it in front of other guests.
A source told E! News: ''He was very upset when he saw his room. He was huffing and puffing in very public common areas over it.''
Robin, 36, is then said to have complained to his travel agent, but after they couldn't find any alternatives, decided to make the most of the room he had.
The rest of the singer's evening went well, with him giving an energetic performance and partying afterward.
The hotel were equally pleased with him, with a spokesperson saying: ''Robin was a great guest,'' and them later sending him a message on Twitter, saying: ''Thank you @robinthicke for a memorable New Year's Eve!! #wishwithsls@chanelloliver @sbecollection (sic)''
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