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Miley Cyrus, Lana Del Rey, and Ariana Grande’s Charlie’s Angels Video Is Here

Vogue logo Vogue 9/13/2019 Emma Specter
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Don’t sink into the dreary depths of a Lana Del Rey–induced Sad Girl Fall just yet; the singer has teamed up with Miley Cyrus and Ariana Grande to bless us with the video for their brand-new song, “Don’t Call Me Angel.”

The song is part of the soundtrack for the upcoming Charlie’s Angels reboot, starring Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, and Ella Balinska as the titular angels, but you could be forgiven for wishing the triple threat of Cyrus, Del Rey, and Grande actually appeared in the film. 

“We were inspired by ‘Independent Women’ and Destiny’s Child with the last set of movies,” director Elizabeth Banks told People magazine, and that girl-group energy is certainly present in “Don’t Call Me Angel,” particularly in one sequence of Cyrus, Del Rey, and Grande posing on a staircase in black angel wings. (Cyrus also licks Grande’s face at one point, putting the “tongue that launched a thousand selfies” back to work.)

Directed by frequent Grande collaborator Hannah Lux Davis, the video boasts significant all-star power—along with the singers, Banks has a cameo—and its general mood is high drama, featuring mild violence and lots of black leather. As for the song, it’s a big-budget empowerment anthem that implies all you need to exact justice is a killer outfit and a loyal girl squad by your side.

Charlie’s Angels premieres November 15, with the rest of the soundtrack coming out on November 1.

Related video: Watch the 'Charlie's Angels' trailer (via ETOnline.com)

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