Here’s Proof That Pharrell Williams “Happy” Is Winning Hearts All Around The World

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Fatimah Mazhar
United States Representative for Georgia's 5th congressional district, John Lewis won the internet after two videos of him dancing to the Oscar-nominated song “Happy” were posted on YouTube on Wednesday night.

United States Representative for Georgia's 5th congressional district, John Lewis won the internet after two videos of him dancing to the Oscar-nominated song “Happy” were posted on YouTube on Wednesday night.

Written and produced by Pharrell Williams for the animated movie “Despicable Me 2”, it also serves as the lead single from the musician’s second studio album, GIRL (2014).

The song has been ruling the music charts for more than a month now and is frequently billed as the biggest single of this year by leading news publications such as The Guardian.

Kiev Protests:

PolicyMic called the bouncy tune “the surprising protest song of our generation.”

Several Kiev protesters, during the unrest that started earlier this year in February, took a break to dance to Pharrell’s song. It really helped lighten the mood of the embattled Ukrainian masses.

It truly is one of the best “Happy” performances of all time.

Pharrell - Happy (Puppy & Doggy Version):

Dogs and puppies have their own version of the song which makes it even more adorable. The lyrics go like this:

“I might be waggy, but I want to play,"

"Wag along if you feel like your tail is chasing you.”

Children's Hospital Patients And Staff Have A Truly 'Happy' Dance Party:

The patients and the staff at Joe DiMaggio’s Children Hospital gave the internet one of the sweetest performances of “Happy” last week.

Do not miss it.

Elementary School Choir Cover:

Elementary school Detroit Academy of Arts and Sciences’ choir nailed the Oscar-nominated hit with little kids, simply killing it with powerhouse vocals and brilliant choreography.

ABC “Good Morning America” Gets Happy:

In order to celebrate “International Happiness Day” on Thursday, ABC News released a new video of its anchors, including Good Morning America hosts, dancing to Pharrell’s hit single.

The Oscars 2014 Version Featuring Cameos By Meryl Streep, Luptia Nyong'o And Amy Adams:

“Happy” Performances

The best version of “Happy” was probably the one performed at this year’s Oscars ceremony by the man himself featuring cameos by nominees Meryl Streep, Luptia Nyong'o and Amy Adams.

You can watch the video for it here.

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