Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus and Lana Del Reys music video for Dont Call Me Angel, the first single off the Charlies Angels soundtrack, dropped and broke YouTube.
Released on Grandes YouTube channel the video froze at 489,000 views after just six minutes.
The clip features the pop trio fiercely strutting around a mansion in all-black with massive Victorias Secret style wings.
The stunning video is directed by Hannah Lux Davis, who was also responsible for the visuals in Demi Lovatos Sorry Not Sorry and Grandes Break Up With Your Girlfriend Im Bored.
It opens with a short intro in which a motorcycle-jacket clad Del Rey and mini-skirted Cyrus are seen leaving the Townsend Agency.
Meanwhile, an all-white Grande (looking very Claire Danes from Baz Lurhmans Romeo & Juliet) makes radio calls from a grand balcony as helicopters fly overhead.
Grande sings the lead, dancing around the mansion foyer in a glittering white angel outfit with thigh-high boots.
Boy, dont call me angel
You aint got me right
Dont call me angel
You cant pay my price
Aint from no heaven
Yeah, you heard me right (Yeah, you heard me)
Even though you know we fly (Though you know we)
Dont call me angel.
Her chorus with Cyrus, who goes wild in a boxing ring, is interspersed with versus from the two, before breaking into a bridge from Del Rey who is a lady in red in a fiery stone room.
It almost feels like three slightly different songs but the angels bring it together into something that really slaps.
The song also honours each singers style and personality.
Cyrus sings: Dont call me angel when Im a mess, Dont call me angel when I get undressed.
See you here with somebody, You sizin up my body, oh yeah. Dont you know that I bite when the sun set, yeah?, sings Grande.
And Del Rey sings: I appreciate the way you watch me, I cant lie I drop it down, I pick it up, I back it off the county line. I fell from heaven, now Im living like a devil.
Importantly, Del Rey is having way too much fun with weapons in the clip, while Cyrus seems to be very interested in her co-singers.
Elizabeth Banks, who is directing the Charlies Angels reboot, makes a cameo at the end in which she interrupts the singers hedonistic feast: Angels, this isnt our house.