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The Canadian rapper wins Best Hip Hop Artist while Skateboard P takes home the Video of the Year award for his 'Happy'.
A total of 271 artists that also include Josh Hutcherson, Michael Fassbender, Denis Villeneuve, and John Ridley are added as the new Academy members.
The new coaches get playful with the show's vets Blake Shelton and Adam Levine in the promo video.
Filmmaker Peter Jackson, 'The Good Wife' actress Julianna Margulies and 'Parks and Recreation' star Amy Poehler were also chosen among the thirty honorees.
The Grammy-winning producer also talks about his role as a coach in the upcoming season of 'The Voice' in an interview with 'Today' host Savannah Guthrie.
Some of his fans are not happy with the fact that the sacred headdress is used as a fashion accessory in his U.K. Elle magazine cover.
The mega producer's new look for Elle U.K.'s cover is not welcomed by some people who later voice their opinions on the magazine's and his Facebook page.
Pharrell, Drake, Weezy, and Usher join Jennifer Hudson and Trey Songz as musical guests for the Chris Rock-hosted event.
According to the police, the video that features three young men and three young ladies dancing to the chart-topping single is too 'vulgar' and has 'hurt public chastity.'
In addition to Williams and Leto, the U2 frontman is joined by A$AP Rocky as he celebrates his 54th birthday which coincides with his daughter Jordan's birthday.
Directed by friend and longtime collaborator Nigo, the Japanese version of the video shows Pharrell being joined by some Japanese stars including Teriyaki Boyz and Toshinobu Kubota.
Prior to performing the 2005 hit with Gwen, Pharrell sang his 'Come Get It Bae' from his latest solo album 'G I R L'.
The singer, who also won the Innovator Award, performed 'Come Get It Bae', 'Blurred Lines', 'Get Lucky' and 'Happy' at the awards show.
The Bajan singer wins four awards including the Artist of the Year and the Song of the Year for her Mikky Ekko-featured 'Stay', while Pharrell is honored with the Innovator award.
Pharrell says that Cee-Lo decided to pass on the song after 'the powers that be, at the time, did not see it fit for him.'