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Pharrell debuts 'Come Get It Bae' music video

It's not just their natural booties. It's their natural beauty that gets attention in mega-producer Pharrell's new video "Come Get It Bae."

Singers Miley Cyrus (L) and Pharrell Williams attend the 56th annual GRAMMY Awards Pre-GRAMMY Gala and Salute to Industry Icons honoring Lucian Grainge at The Beverly Hilton on January 25, 2014 in Beverly Hills, Calif.
Photo by Larry Busacca/Getty Images for NARAS

After Pharrell collaborated in the "artistic" Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" video with topless women and Nicki Minaj coping Lil' Kim's with another bust-it-wide-open pose for her "Anaconda" promo, it's a breath of fresh air to see women show off their sexy moves fully clothed.

Tank tops. Stretch pants. Thigh-high skirts. Overalls. Dresses. Heels. Hats. These ladies of various ethnic groups send a subtle message to their younger counterparts that getting a man's attention doesn't mean booty enhancements or legs gaped wide open.

Fans old enough to know 2 Live Crew cringed through the newfound fame of old-school twerking. But in this video, even Miley Cyrus keeps it tame.

Cyrus goofed off with Pharrell, showed off a fun fake split and enjoyed grooving out to the dance-happy track.

At the end of the video, Pharrell put his camera down and joined all of the dancers. As usual, the "Frontin'" star couldn't help but show off the same amount of charisma and flirty appeal that he did in his 2003 release, with his beautiful co-stars Lanisha Cole and actress Lauren London.

Pharrell may have defended the summer blast "Blurred Lines", but the soul-singing, hip-hop enthusiast makes as much a point with his "art" here, too.

This video isn't "Happy," but "Come Get It Bae" is worth being happy about.

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