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Pharrell Sings 'Happy', Karen O Duets With Ezra Koenig at Oscars

March 3, 2014 (5:11 am) GMT
The super producer dances with Lupita Nyong'o, Meryl Streep and Amy Adams while the Yeah Yeah Yeahs frontwoman is joined by the Vampire Weekend vocalist who plays his guitar.

was among stars who performed at the Academy Awards. The singer took the stage at the event to perform his nominated song "Happy", which also serves as the soundtrack to animated movie "".

Wearing his famous big hat by Vivienne Westwood, the Grammy Award-winning producer made everyone happy as he energetically sang while being surrounded by a bunch of dancers. He then walked off the stage and approached stars like , and who sat in the front row.

Karen O also performed her nominated song at the annual awards show. She invited 's vocalist Ezra Koenig for a duet version of "The Moon Song" from "" movie. Looking gorgeous in a red gown, the frontwoman sat next to Koenig, who played his guitar, in front of a moon backdrop.

Later in the show, came out to perform "Ordinary Love" from "" while , wearing a floor-length sparkly red dress, sang "Somewhere Over the Rainbow".

then graced the stage to deliver the live performance of "Let It Go", the "" soundtrack which won the Best Original Song award after edging out nominated songs by Pharrell, O and U2.

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