From BBC Newsbeat
He's one of the biggest music stars in the world and now he's joined the list of celebrities who's been made into a doll.
Pharrell plugged his new figurine on his final series of The Voice.
It's dressed up in the clothes he wore at the Grammys in 2014, including his detachable Vivienne Westwood ranger hat and hands that clasp together as if in prayer.
It even has his angel tattoo on the back of his neck.
The slightly spookily lifelike figure is dressed in a red Adidas tracksuit and comes with a microphone, bracelet and a watch.
You'll also be able to dress the doll with slip-on and laced trainers, shirt and shorts, a windbreaker and more.
It'll cost 24,800 Japanese Yen (£158) but you won't be able to get your hands on the teeny tiny Mr Pharrell until January.
READ THE REST OF THE ARTICLE HERE And check out all the other celebrity dolls they talk about - I think the Eminem is pretty freaking sweet.
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