The song starts at No. 2 on the Digital Song Sales chart, with 26,000 downloads sold, and No. 11 on Streaming Songs, with 26.3 million U.S. streams, in the week ending Sept. 19, according to Nielsen Music. It also drew 7.5 million airplay audience impressions in the week ending Sept. 22 and debuts at No. 33 on the mainstream top 40-based Pop Songs radio airplay chart.
The track previews the movie Charlie’s Angels (due Nov. 15), directed by Elizabeth Banks and starring Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott and Ella Balinska. Based on the TV series that aired on ABC in 1976-81, the film is the third movie version, following the identically-titled Charlie’s Angels in 2000 and Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle in 2003.
The first film yielded a Hot 100 No. 1 via its soundtrack, also by three women: trio Destiny’s Child logged 11 weeks at the summit in 2000-01 with “Independent Women Part 1.” (The 2003 edition’s soundtrack spurred the No. 60 hit “Feel Good Time” by P!nk featuring William Orbit.)
Grande charts her second Hot 100 hit shared with two other female leads: “Bang Bang,” with Jessie J and Nicki Minaj, bounded to No. 3 in October 2014.
Grande earns her 15th top 15 Hot 100 entry and seventh this year alone, tying Post Malone for the most among all artists in 2019.
Cyrus adds her 10th top 15 Hot 100 hit (including one, “He Could Be the One,” in 2009, credited to Hannah Montana, her former Disney alter ego). She reaches her highest rank, and tallies her first top 40 hit, since “Malibu,” which peaked at No. 10 in 2017.
Del Rey notches her second top 15 Hot 100 entry, after “Summertime Sadness” rose to No. 6 in 2013.
As previously reported, Lizzo’s “Truth Hurts” tops the Hot 100 for a fourth Week and Lil Nas X’s “Panini” soars 14-5 following the premiere of its official video.
All charts, including the Hot 100 in its entirety, will refresh on Billboard.com tomorrow (Sept. 24).