Pharrell Williams will perform at this year's BRIT Awards.
The 'Happy' singer and Oscar nominee has been added to ever-growing list of artists who will take to the stage, including Arctic Monkeys, Katy Perry, Bruno Mars, Bastille, Rudimental and Ellie Goulding at the ceremony held at The O2 in London on Wednesday, February 19.
Speaking about his upcoming performance, Pharrell said: ''I always look forward to seeing the artists that come together on the BRITs stage. I'm so humbled by this opportunity - performing at the awards will be surreal.''
The 40-year-old singer is currently Number One in the Official Singles Chart with 'Happy' and the track has already broken the half million sales barrier.
Pharrell has also been involved with two of the biggest-selling singles in 2013, 'Blurred Lines' with Robin Thicke and 'Get Lucky' with Daft Punk.
Before he takes to the stage at the awards ceremony, Pharrell will perform at the Grammys in the US, teaming up with his 'Get Lucky' collaborators Daft Punk and Nile Rodgers to perform their hit.
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