The Charlie's Angels reboot trailer is here and it features a song by Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus and Lana Del Rey!

It turns out the rumors were true: the pop trio teamed up to collaborate on an epic new track for Elizabeth Banks' new generation of Angels. Though it's unclear what the name of the new single is, the end credits confirm it's happening and it's coming soon. We do get to hear snippets of Grande's voice, in which she sings the lines, "Don't call me angel," and Cyrus says, "Keep your pretty mouth shut" at one point.

Watch the new Charlie's Angels trailer, below:

A few minutes after the trailer's release, Grande took to Instagram to reveal she co-executive produced the new track. "co-executive producing this soundtrack with @awsuki @ilya_music & #mxm has been the coolest f---ing thing in the world. beyond grateful for this opportunity and can’t wait for everyone to hear the music and see this phenomenal film. november," she wrote.

After dropping hints all week, the three singers confirmed the collaboration by all sharing the exact same teaser video on Wednesday (June 26) that showed the film's logo flash on the screen with an instrumental playing in the background.

"WE ARE COMING!," Cyrus wrote alongside the clip tagging the movie's official handle, as well as Grande and Del Rey's accounts.

"Trailer tomorrow," the "thank u, next" hitmaker wrote.

"Trailer tomorrow!" Del Rey also captioned her Instagram post.

The movie, which hits theaters on November 5th, 2019, stars Kristen Stewart, Aladdin's Naomi Scott and newcomer Ella Balinska as Charlie's titular three angels. Banks portrays Bosley, as does actor Patrick Stewart, and To All the Boys I've Loved Before heartthrob Noah Centineo plays nerdy Langston.

"I'm really excited for the world to meet the new Angels," Banks told ET. "We built this project on the shoulders of the amazing legacy of Charlie's Angels, the TV show [and] the movies in the 2000s. We wanted to honor the original incarnations over the years and, like all great feminists, stand on the shoulders of what came before us."