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Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Perform 'Hollaback Girl' on 'The Voice'

May 6, 2014 (7:24 am) GMT
Prior to performing the 2005 hit with Gwen, Pharrell sang his 'Come Get It Bae' from his latest solo album 'G I R L'.
Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Perform 'Hollaback Girl' on 'The Voice'

, who was recently confirmed as a coach in the upcoming season of "", appeared on the show on Monday night, May 5. The 44-year-old star made an early visit to the popular singing competition as a performer.

Donning an all-black outfit, the singer sang her 2005 hit single "Hollaback Girl" while being accompanied by several yellow-clad backing dancers. Towards the end of the song, she was joined by who came out to the stage in a Mickey Mouse-printed red sweater and a hat.

"Hollaback Girl" is a track off Gwen's debut solo album "". She co-wrote the song with Pharrell. Back in April, she performed the song with the Grammy-winning producer during his set at Coachella.

During that night's "The Voice", Pharrell also hit the stage to perform his own song. The 41-year-old superstar delivered the live rendition of "Come Get It Bae", a track from his latest solo album "".

Gwen and Pharrell will return to "The Voice" as coaches in its seventh season that will begin this fall. The member will replace , who's currently pregnant with her second baby, while the "Happy" hitmaker is set to fill in for Green who exited the show earlier this year.





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