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Music PopWrapped | Music

Pharrell Williams Shares A 24 Hour Long "Happy" Fest In New Music Video

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11/22/2013 10:34 pm
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Pharrell Williams Shares A 24 Hour Long
Media Courtesy of Digital Spy

Stephanie Coats

Lead Events Editor Singer Pharrell Williams is having quite the year. On top of partnering with Robin Thicke for the massively popular “Blurred Lines,” Williams has premiered the first ever 24-hour music video. “Happy,” which will play on Pharrell’s site, was shot in Los Angeles and has clock superimposed over it. In addition to singers and dancers popping up to lip sync to the Despicable Me 2 song, Williams is also shown singing to a church. A variety of celebrities show up too. Steve Carrell, Jimmy Kimmel, Magic Johnson, and more all have a few minutes in the video. Viewers can click through to different times to try to find their favorite celebs and can also share a particular segment of the video. Williams has been having a strong 2013. He’s collaborated with Robin Thicke and Daft Punk. Currently, he is now working with Hans Zimmer on the Amazing Spider-Man 2 soundtrack. Check out the shorter version of “Happy” before heading over to see the 24-hour cut. [youtube=]


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