N.E.R.D. officially released their highly-anticipated comeback album No_One Ever Really Dies on Friday. To celebrate, Pharrell Williams, Chad Hugo, and Shay Haley stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! to perform two of their new songs – “Lemon” and “1000.” Skipping the stage, the trio stepped outside the studio and on to Hollywood Boulevard for the gig, […]
To celebrate the release of N.E.R.D‘s comeback album No_One Every Really Dies, Pharrell Williams made an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live to promote the LP on Thursday night (December 14)! “It’s one of those things where it just hits you when it hits you,” the 44-year-old entertainer told Jimmy said of their seven-year hiatus. “I [...]
N.E.R.D. is back after seven years with a brand new album, and performed on 'Kimmel.' Continue reading…
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Four years ago, Jimmy Kimmel showed up in Pharrell's video for the globe-conquering monster hit "Happy." And maybe that's why Pharrell's reunited N.E.R.D. project chose Kimmel's show for what was only their second live performance since 2011. Pharrell was a guest on Kimmel last night, where he talked about how he won't play "Happy" for…
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Pharrell and his bandmates performed “Lemon” and “1000.”
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