Everyone is weighing in on Miley Cyrus' VMA performance with Robin Thicke. The "We Can't Stop" singer has received harsh criticism for dancing and grinding on the married man but not everyone was shocked or upset about the performance.

According to TMZ, Paula Patton, who is married to the "Blurred Lines" singer, is ok with the show and isn't mad at Cyrus. A source told the celebrity website that Patton was "all good" with the show and she already knew it wasn't going to be "G-Rated" because she had seen the rehearsals.

Cyrus has been on a twerking kick lately. She's shook her booty in photo shoots, during music videos and on stage with other artists so the VMA stage probably wasn't any different for the singer.

Adam Lambert is also jumping to the 20-year-old's defense and tweeted asking people to cut her some slack, People magazine reports.

"Listen if it wasn't ur cup of tea - all good but why is everyone spazzing? Hey - she's doin something right. We all talkin'," Lambert posted.

He didn't necessarily say he liked the performance and sent out another tweet after fans commented criticizing him for condoning the performance.

"Hold up!" he posted. "I didn't actually state whether or not I liked @MileyCyrus performance. I merely said she was having fun and to cut her some slack."

Even the "Love After War" singer's father jumped to both Cyrus' defense and his son's. He tweeted about the MTV show dance reminding people that they shouldn't have expected it to be like a "family sitcom."

"Anyone expecting the VMAs to have 'Growing Pain' sensibilities does not watch videos and should be familiar with content before watching with children," Alan Thicke tweeted. "Don't complain, supervise!"

"The stated mission of the VMAs is shock and awe, not shucks and ahhh like a family sitcom," he continued.

However, Gloria Loring, Thicke's mom told omg! Insider that she was not pleased with the performance and wasn't sure what the young singer was trying to prove.

"I don't understand what Miley Cyrus is trying to do." She said. "I think she's misbegotten in this attempt of hers. And I think it was not beneficial."

"I didn't get what her point was," Loring continued. "It was so over the top as to almost be a parody of itself."

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