Ariana Grande And Miley Cyrus' 'Charlie's Angels' Song Is Dropping Friday

By Lindsey Smith

September 9, 2019

It's been almost three months since fans first got a glimpse of "Don't Call Me Angel" in the trailer for Charlie's Angels, but we get to hear the whole thing this week!

Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus, and Lana Del Rey all simultaneously announced on Monday (September 9) that the theme song off the upcoming blockbuster will be released this Friday (September 13).

Grande posted an image of the movie's logo and song information and Cyrus let fans in on a taste of what fans can expect from the track. While there are no additional lyrics in Cyrus' snippet, fans get a sneak peek at the beat of the song and yeah, it's amazing.

The official Charlie's Angels account also posted a short teaser video featuring director and star Elizabeth Banks. "You've been patient, and it's almost here," she said in the clip.

This will be the first collab between the three women but the second between Grande and Cyrus who previously blessed our ears with a cover of Crowded House’s “Don’t Dream It’s Over,” which they performed at One Love Manchester.

The trio were not chosen by accident to perform the theme song, Banks is a huge fan of all of them and really made it a point to include them on the soundtrack. “I’m thrilled that three of my favorite artists ended up doing a song for the film,” she told People. “It’s really exciting. I can’t wait for people to see it, actually in full, in the film and to hear it when the single drops.“

Charlie's Angels hits theaters November 15 and stars Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, and Ella Balinska as the new trio.

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