Gwen Stefani Joins Pharrell at Coachella for ‘Hollaback Girl’


Pharrell‘s set at Coachella on Saturday night was star-studded — he was joined onstage by Diplo, Busta Rhymes, Nelly, and Snoop Dogg — but he saved his most exciting collabo for last.

“The name of my album is GIRL,” the singer, in his ubiquitous hat, told the crowd (at the 37:20 mark above). “And I can tell you right now there is only one incredible, historical, most important, incredibly talented, f**king awesome, rad girl in the world …”

And at that, Gwen Stefanis 2005 hit, “Hollaback Girl,” which Pharrell wrote and produced, blared as the mom of three — who just gave birth a few weeks ago! — bounded onto the stage.

As he danced with Gwen and sang along, Pharrell instructed the crowd, “Sing it for the queen!”

Check out the video to watch all of Pharrell’s collaborations, as well as hits he sang on, like Robin Thicke‘s “Blurred Lines” and Daft Punk‘s “Get Lucky.”