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Robin Thicke’s Plans After His Malibu Mansion Burned Down

Robin Thicke’s Plans After His Malibu Mansion Burned Down

Singer Robin Thicke is vowing to re-build after the Woolsey Fire destroyed his Malibu mansion.

“Extra’s” Renee Bargh spoke with Thicke as he promoted his judging gig on the new FOX series “The Masked Singer.” He shared, “We're planning to rebuild and, you know, really, it's nice to see, you know, the whole community come together and everybody helping each other out. We've done as much charity as we can to help raise money and there's still a lot more work to do. But the point about right now is you got to get your hands dirty, you got to help, and you got to keep helping until everybody's back on their feet.”

Thicke has a lot to look forward to in 2019 — he’s expecting another child with April Love Geary! He gushed, “I have a 9-month-old daughter and a daughter on the way; we’re very very happy.”

Also happy to be working on “The Masked Singer, Robin emphasized, “What's fun about the competition shows... is that their faces, you know, there's stories you've heard, but this time you're guessing who it is. You don't get to see them come out there... You, you're going to be guessing for episodes and episodes. 'Who is that person? Why do I recognize that voice? But I can't pinpoint that.' So, we had a great time.”

“The Masked Singer” premieres January 2.