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Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus & Lana Del Rey Squad up in "Don't Call Me Angel" Video

The trio teams up for the ‘Charlie’s Angels’ soundtrack.

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Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus & Lana Del Rey Squad up in "Don't Call Me Angel" Video

The trio teams up for the ‘Charlie’s Angels’ soundtrack.

UPDATE (September 13, 2019): After sharing a sneak peek on social media earlier this week, Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus and Lana Del Rey now officially unveils the full video for their Charlie’s Angels soundtrack, “Don’t Call Me Angel.”

In the Hannah Lux Davis-directed visual, the singers are transformed into a badass, crime-fighting trio. From Ari’s sparkly bustier-dress to Miley’s boxer-inspired outfit, the video is filled with a number of stunning wardrobe changes. In a later part on the clip, Lana who’s suited up in black leather is even seen throwing a knife into the crotch of a human-shaped target. Hit play above to watch all the action unfold.

 

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In anticipation of the upcoming Charlie’s Angels reboot, Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus and Lana Del Rey have revealed the first teaser for “Don’t Call Me Angel,” the lead single from the movie’s soundtrack.

Fans are offered a glimpse at the girl power-charged collaboration via the short clip, featuring cinematic visuals of Ariana, Miley and Lana walking down a grand hallway while donning matching, black ensembles and dark, feathered wings. Staying true to their personal style, Ari is seen wearing her signature, high ponytail, while Miley sports a sexy, caged bra with leather pants and Lana suits up in feminine black lace and thigh-high boots.

The music video is directed by Hannah Lux Davis, a frequent collaborator of Ariana Grande who’s behind the memorable visuals for “thank u, next,” “7 Rings,” “break up with your girlfriend, i’m bored” and “Boyfriend” among other fan-favorite songs.

Keep your eyes peeled as the full version of “Don’t Call Me Angel” is slated to release on Friday, September 13. In the meantime, watch the seven-second teaser video below.

Starring Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott and newcomer Ella Balinska, the new Charlie’s Angels movie will follow the next generation of highly-trained Angels as they complete some of the most challenging missions across the globe. Directed by Elizabeth Banks, the action-packed film will also feature appearances from Noah Centineo (who plays a hot nerd), Patrick Stewart, Djimon Hounsou and Banks herself.

Charlie’s Angels will hit theaters on November 15.

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