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Kristen Stewart wants people to stop playing Charlie's Angels theme song

'Charlie's Angels' star Kristen Stewart wants people to stop playing the movie's catchy theme song because she can't get the chorus out of her head.

Kristen Stewart wants people to stop playing Charlie's Angels theme song


Kristen Stewart can't get the 'Charlie's Angels' theme song out of her head.

The 29-year-old actress - who is starring alongside Naomi Scott, 26, and Ella Balinska, 22, in Elizabeth Banks' upcoming spy reboot - begged people to stop sharing Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus and Lana Del Rey's infectious collaboration 'Don't Call Me Angel' because it's too catchy.

Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, she laughed: "I would like everyone to stop posting that song. Literally, I like can't get away from it.

"Actually, what I mean is, Charlie's Angels is sick and I love that song. And I do! But, it's, like, a lot...

"The thing is, I haven't heard all of it, so I only know that [chorus]. Maybe if I could hear all of it it might be a satisfying experience... But thank you for being on our soundtrack!"

Filmmaker Banks, 45, also opened up about the all-star lineup for the movie's hit single, and she admitted it was "a dream" to land Grande, 26, for the soundtrack.

She said: "Ariana Grande came in really early on to executive produce the soundtrack for the movie.

"I was really obsessed with the 'Black Panther' soundtrack and how one artist [Kendrick Lamar] sort of took over and really represented not just the theme of the movie but the audience of the movie.

"And [Grande is] so perfect [for this soundtrack] and she really loves 'Charlie's Angels', and it's been a dream."

Meanwhile, Stewart previously revealed she agreed to star in the film because filmmaker Banks has always been supportive of her.

She said: "I did 'Charlie's Angels' because I'm a huge fan of Liz Banks and I always felt she vouched for me. I always felt, like, she doesn't think I'm a freak."

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