SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – Pharrell Williams has a lot be “Happy” about these days. The extra-large hat he wore at the Grammys fetched over $40K from Arby’s benefitting “One Hand To Another.”

Williams just released his latest album “G.I.R.L.” and has a number #1 hit song “Happy.” Now it seems that everyone wants be like him, to the point where people would film their version of his “Happy” video and posting it onto YouTube.

The phenomenon has hit viral levels and has replaced flash mobs as the next big thing. Musician Michael Franti caught the viral bug when he and the Alice@97.3 morning show, Sarah & Vinnie decided to create their version of the hit music video for the United Nation’s International Happiness Day.


United Nation’s International Happiness Day is on March 20.


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