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'SNL': Pharrell joins Andy Samberg, Lonely Island for 'HUGS' digital short

The Lonely Island crew returned to "Saturday Night Live" with a digital short about hugging.
By Kate Stanton Follow @KateStan Contact the Author   |   May 18, 2014 at 8:18 PM

NEW YORK, May 18 (UPI) -- Former cast member Andy Samberg hosted Saturday Night Live's season finale, which featured a the expected return of his Lonely Island rap group, the trio behind classic digital shorts like "D**k in a Box" and "I'm on a Boat."

In a new song, "HUGS," Samberg warns women not to think of his hugs as a sign of his commitment to them. Pharrell, the finale's musical guest, stars as a carnival worker at a hugging booth. Tatiana Maslany, of BBC America's Orphan Black, and Maya Rudolph also appear.

"Don't catch feelings, it ain't love. They're just the kings of giving out hugs," Pharrell croons in the video.

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