January 23, 2017  

Video: Pharrell Gets 'Happy' in 'Saturday Night Live'

April 7, 2014 (1:44 am) GMT
The super producer is joined by an orchestra conducted by Hans Zimmer when he later performs 'Marilyn Monroe' on the NBC show.
Video: Pharrell Gets 'Happy' in 'Saturday Night Live'

served as a musical guest in the Saturday, April 5 episode of "". The Grammy Award-winning musician delivered the live renditions of two songs off his new solo set, "".

Pharrell first appeared on the stage to perform smashing hit "Happy". Donning a big green hat and a white jacket, he was joined by some backing vocalists and a lot of backing dancers who danced along to the feel-good track.

"Happy" is currently spending its sixth week at No. 1 of Billboard 100. The song, which also appears in the soundtrack of animated movie "", was nominated for the Best Original Song at the Academy Awards earlier this year.

For his second performance on "SNL", Pharrell returned to the stage with his hat but he traded his white jacket for a black one. He tackled "Marilyn Monroe", the first track and second single from "G I R L".

This time, he was backed by an all-female string orchestra conducted by Hans Zimmer, the famed composer whom he worked with for the soundtrack of "".

During that night's episode of the comedy show, Pharrell also joined guest host in one sketch. He played himself auditioning a backup singer for his live performances.





More Pharrell Williams News

TODAY'S HEADLINES

  1. Joanna Krupa Causes Internet Frenzy After Seemingly Posing Fully-Naked
  2. David Ayer Regrets That Joker Is Not 'Suicide Squad' Main Villain
  3. Robin Excitedly Tries on Different Costumes in First 'Lego Batman Movie' Clip
  4. Kendall Jenner Flashes Her Breasts in Sheer Top While Strolling Around Paris
  5. Kanye West Reportedly Ready to Continue His Canceled 'Saint Pablo' Tour
  6. Chelsea Clinton Branded Hypocrite After Defending Barron Trump From Cyberbullies
  7. New 'Powerless' Promo Features Crimson Fox Catching a Train
  8. Woody Harrelson Is Han Solo's Mentor in Upcoming 'Star Wars' Spin-Off