Elizabeth Banks, who directed and wrote 'Charlie's Angels' reboot, makes a cameo appearance at the end of the Hannah Lux Davis-directed music video, telling the girls that it's 'time to go to work.'

AceShowbiz - The wait is finally over. Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus and Lana Del Rey have long been teasing their collaboration for the soundtrack of "Charlie's Angels" reboot, and now the much-anticipated song entitled "Don't Call Me Angel" has been released for fans' listening pleasure. In addition to that, the release is accompanied with a music video that is directed by Ari's frequent collaborator Hannah Lux Davis.

Fitting to its title, the visuals is far from showing the ladies' angelic side. Rather, they show how dangerous they are throughout the nearly-four-minute music video, which shows the three songstress donning all-black looks and massive angel wings while singing about why they don't deserve the title of an angel.

For instance, Miley sings empowering lyrics inside a boxing ring that has a guy being tied up in a chair. Rather than releasing the poor guy, the Disney alum basically strangles him and makes him suffer even more than he already is. Meanwhile, Lana doesn't even need another person to show her dangerous she is as she is seen in the video practicing her knife throwing skill before delivering a whispery refrain.

Elizabeth Banks, who wrote and directed "Charlie's Angels" reboot, makes a cameo appearance at the end of the music video, telling Ariana, Miley and Lana that "this is not our house. Time to go to work."

"Don't Call Me Angel" will be included on "Charlie's Angels" soundtrack album, which is co-executive produced by Ariana and will be released via Republic Records on November 1.

Starring Kristen Stewart, Ella Balinska and Naomi Scott as the angels, "Charlie's Angels" continues the story that was first introduced in the '70s TV series and the 2000 movie as well as its 2003 sequel. It is set to hit theaters across the nation on November 15.

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