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Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus and Lana Del Rey’s Charlie’s Angels collab is coming this Friday

Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus and Lana Del Rey have all teamed up for the theme song to the upcoming Charlie’s Angels film – and it is coming THIS FRIDAY!

Yes, the three singers have come together to collaborate on the song, which is titled “Don’t Call Me Angel” and serves as the film’s main theme.

The official Charlie’s Angels Twitter account confirmed the song’s release date in a video posted on 9 August, saying: “You’ve been patient, and it’s almost here.

“The new single, “Don’t Call Me Angel”, by Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus and Lana Del Rey comes out Friday!”

Meanwhile, the track’s singers themselves also further confirmed the news, as they all posted the single’s artwork to their Instagram accounts that same day.

The collaboration was first confirmed back in June, when Ariana posted a 15-second preview of the song on Instagram – and we have been longing to hear the track in full ever since.

Ariana also later posted the Charlie’s Angels trailer, revealing that she is a co-executive producer of the film’s soundtrack, alongside long-time collaborators Max Martin, Savan Kotecha and Ilya Salmanzadeh.

“@charliesangels in theaters this November – co-executive producing this soundtrack with @awsuki @ilya_music & #mxm has been the coolest f*****g thing in the world,” she said.

“Beyond grateful for this opportunity and can’t wait for everyone to hear the music and see this phenomenal film.”

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The upcoming Charlie’s Angels film is the third movie in the franchise, and the first in 16 years.

The film is set to be released on 15 November. Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott and Ella Balinska all star as the film’s three leading roles.

“Don’t Call Me Angel” will be released this Friday 13 September, and is available to pre-save on Spotify here.

Are you excited to hear the song? Let us know over on Twitter @CelebMix!

Written by Isla Williams

Journalism graduate who loves to write - you can also catch my words in Metro.co.uk and Fuzzable (and sometimes my own blog).