Watch retirees' version of Pharrell Williams' Happy video
Nothing makes the residents of a New Zealand nursing home unhappy.
According to Mail Online, the 60 residents and staff from the Diana Isaac Retirement Village in Christchurch creatively mimicked (from dance moves to outfits) Pharrell WIlliam's hit song Happy in their detailed version entitled 80 Odd Years Of Happy.
The report said that the video was made to "show residents' children and grandchildren, exactly what their loved ones are made of".
Let's check out seven of the cutest frames from the video:
The video starts with this particular resident, the protagonist of the video, who plays "Williams' doppelganger" as he appears throughout the video mimicking the US singer-songwriter.
You've got to love that bow and tie.
According Bustle, the star of the video is 79-year-old retired engineer Alister Leckie, who is now jokingly called Al Pharrell Williams.
The just over four-minute video shows the residents doing all sorts of activities from boxing, swimming, dancing to singing.
Looks like some of them are having a lot more fun than we are.
Remember the scene from the video where Williams is seen dancing with a young girl in the bowling alley? This is the adorable 80 Odd Years Of Happy version.
Doesn't this man make you just want to give him a big hug?
These cool folks even donned flat caps.
Sources: YouTube, Mail Online and Bustle