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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 24hoursofhappy.com
, 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
Check out the shorter version of “Happy” before heading over to see the 24-hour cut.