While Pharrell Williams may be known for being happy, Oprah Winfrey made him cry.
The frequently-hatted singer stopped by Oprah Prime for a heart-to-heart chat with the talk show host. The wide-ranging conversation between the two celebrities covered everything from Williams's humble beginnings to his career trajectory that kept him behind-the-scenes for so long to marriage and fatherhood, including why he named his son Rocket.
But the waterworks didn't start until Oprah questioned Williams about his big year in music: 2013, a.k.a. the Year of Pharrell when "Lucky" (his collaboration with Daft Punk), "Blurred Lines" (his song with Robyn Thicke), and his own debut solo album, Girls, all topped the charts and made Williams a superstar.
When Oprah showed a clip of people around the world, from Iceland to Malawi, dancing to his hit song "Happy", Williams burst into tears. They may be tears of joy, but still: Oprah definitely made Pharrell Williams cry.