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Singer Pharrell Williams treated fans to a memorable performance at Coachella this weekend by bringing out celebrities like Jay-Z, T.I. and Usher.
Billboard reports how Williams brought out rapper T.I. to perform "Blurred Lines", followed by rapper Pusha T for the song "Grindin." Usher came out to perform "U Don't Have to Call", which was a song written by Williams, and ended his performance by having Jay-Z come on stage to perform the songs, "Frontin'", "Excuse Me Miss", "La La La (Excuse Me Miss Again)" and "I Just Wanna Love U (Give it 2 Me)".
According to Complex, during Williams' first Coachella performance last weekend he featured many musical artists to join him on stage. Artists such as Nelly, Busta Rhymes, Snoop Dogg, Diddy, Gwen Stefani and Tyler, The Creator took part in Williams' performance.
Williams is having a tremendous year so far and that success will continue when he joins The Voice as a judge for their fall season. Us Weekly reports how Williams is joining the seventh season of The Voice as a replacement judge for Cee Lo Green, who is leaving the show. Green announced back in February that he was leaving The Voice for good.