With the opening words "Beauty has no expiration date," Pharrell kicks off the upbeat (and almost country-sounding) "Come Get It Bae" visuals.
Pharrell was not only the musical guest on Jimmy Kimmel last night, but he was also interviewed by Kimmel. For his musical performance, the singer performed a track off his chart-topping LP G I R L, "Come Get It Bae."
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