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11 September 2019, 14:17 | Updated: 11 September 2019, 14:21
Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus and Lana Del Rey are the musical collaboration we never knew we needed.
Pop star queens Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus and Lana Del Rey were at the centre of collaboration rumours for weeks, with Ari teasing the news when she liked a post referencing the trio’s latest project.
The singers finally confirmed the news of their new track in June, with the ‘7 Rings’ hitmaker sharing a teaser for the new Charlie’s Angels soundtrack on Instagram AND they've even released a teaser for the music video.
It has since been revealed the song is called 'Don't Call Me Angel' and it'll drop on 13 September.
When the pop stars announced the news Miley also shared the video to her own profile, writing alongside it: “WE ARE COMING”, tagging Ariana and Lana del Rey in the post.
Lana didn’t post anything relating to the news on her own social media accounts, but she did reply to Ariana with a pink heart emoji.
In the trailer for the film, the women's epic collaboration can be heard for the first time and it sounds ideal for a film all about powerful women.
The film, which will hit cinemas on 29th November, is directed by Elizabeth Banks and stars Ella Balinska, Aladdin actress Naomi Scott and Kristen Stewart.
In the first trailer for the reboot, Kristen Stewart can be seen backflipping and throwing punches as she asks: “Who steals humanitarian aid money?”
Twilight star Kristen plays the role of Sabrina Wilson, while Naomi stars as Elena Houghlin and Ella holds the role of Jane Kano.
Netflix fans will also recognise heartthrob leading man Noah Cetineo, who stars as Langston.