Deaf Campers Present ASL Interpretation of Pharrell’s ‘Happy’

“Despicable Me 2” single has already sold over 10 million copies

An inspirational group of youngsters filmed a sign-language version of Pharrell’s “Happy” and now its gone viral.

The video was shot at Deaf Film Camp 2014, a New York-based program that offers a filmmaking education for deaf and hearing-impaired children.

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Pharrell’s 2013 song, heard originally on the “Despicable Me 2” soundtrack, isn’t new and has lent itself to countless other memorable interpretations, but its inspirational message is clearly one that never grows stale.

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“Happy” has thus far sold over 10 million copies.