Pharrell Williams' "Happy" Wins Grammy For Best Music Video, Because People Are Still All About That Song — VIDEO

The Grammys are a crazy place where many of the awards are announced before the show even begins. For that reason, while Guilana Rancic was still busy asking celebs "who are you wearing" on the red carpet, we found out that Pharrell Williams' "Happy" won the Grammy for Best Music Video. Yep, that video came out only last year. Shocking.

Pharrell's "Happy" faced off against, “We Exist” by Arcade Fire, “Turn Down For What” by DJ Snake & Lil’ Jon, “Chandelier" by Sia, and “The Golden Age” by Woodkid feat. Max Richter. Personally, I thought Sia was a shoo-in for this one. I mean, Maddie Ziegler's dancing was just that insane and perfect. But looks like people enjoy intense joyfulness over a young girl interpretive dancing to an emotional song about addiction. Whatever, world.

As for Pharrell, obviously we didn't get to see him give an acceptance speech, but we did get to see him on the red carpet — wearing shorts! Sadly, though, he left his famous hat behind. New year, new dude, new award. Congrats, Pharrell!

If you haven't seen the "Happy" video before, be sure to check out people from all ages and walks of life coming together to dance down the street together, below.

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