The Gayes's lawyer, Richard Busch, said they would seek a court injunction against further distribution of "Blurred Lines" based on the verdict.
The Big Short, the film adaptation of Michael Lewis' book of the same name about the causes of the financial crisis, opens in UK cinemas this weekend.
Pharell explained their son’s unique name once to Oprah saying, “In the same way the Indians named their children after a force or animal or element, we named him after a man-made machine that was meant to go up, meant to ascend.” In September, Pharell Williams and Helen Lasichanh announced their pregnancy when Helen debuted her baby bump at a dinner party hosted by Chanel to celebrate their new fragrance N°5 L’EAU.
While everyone else expected the celebrity couple to be welcoming their second child, Pharrell and Helen were really preparing to have their second, third, and fourth children. As you all know, this is a love page, not hate page. #pharrellwilliams #helenlasichanh #pharrell #iamother #lovetrumpshate A photo posted by Pharrelland Helen ???????? (@pharrellandhelen) on “I hurt her a lot in the very beginning once she was free and was available, because I had given her all of this attention but I wasn’t ready to like, let go [of his life as a bachelor]. by Harmony Gerber) #pharrellwilliams #helenlasichanh #iamother #pharrell A photo posted by Pharrelland Helen ???????? (@pharrellandhelen) on #Repost @Pharrell: At 12p PT / 3p ET TODAY @Apple Music will re-air our #Hidden Figures episode of #OTHERtone with myself, @brokemogul and our guests @therealoctaviaspencer, @Taraji PHenson and @Janelle Monae . A photo posted by Hidden Figures (@hiddenfiguresmovie) on #Hidden Figures???? Take the whole family to see the film critics are calling “the best movie of the year.” Now playing in theaters.
'He's an amazing big brother,' Williams gushed of his first-born. Pharrell was featured as a judge on the program from 2014 through 2016, joining friends Gwen Stefani and Miley Cyrus for their respective seasons.The lawyers of music stars Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams have confirmed that they will contest the .4 million jury verdict that found they plagiarised Motown soul great Marvin Gaye when creating their hit single "Blurred Lines".