The Victoria's Secret Angels are kicking off summer with a little help from Justin Timberlake!
The popular womenswear brand released a music video on Thursday of some of their models lip syncing and dancing in their lingerie to the singer's latest hit, "Can't Stop The Feeling," off Dreamworks Animations' Trolls soundtrack.
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In the super sexy video, models Josephine Skriver, Stella Maxwell, Jasmine Tookes, Elsa Hosk and Vita Sidorkina look flawless as they strut their stuff while sipping on drinks by the pool, flashing smiles and rocking out to the electric track.
The glowing girls prove that Timberlake's tune definitely qualifies for song of the summer status, as they dance into the night while partying at a club.
WARNING! Watching the full video below may cause you to get up and dance.
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The video comes just three days after Victoria's Secret confirmed to Glamour magazine in a statement that they will no longer be selling swimwear, clothing or accessories.
"In order to better focus our resources on core merchandise categories, we have decided to eliminate non-core businesses, including swim, in our Victoria's Secret lingerie business and shoes, accessories and apparel that were offered in our digital channel but not in stores," the statement read.
The lingerie company also recently announced that they will be nixing their iconic monthly catalog.
Earlier this month, Timberlake called Elvis Duran of Elvis Duran and The Z100 Morning Show, where he teased new music is on the way.
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"I'm not going to make it any secret that I've been in the studio," he confessed. "To be honest, working on this soundtrack inspired me to get back in because I was having so much fun making music for the movie that it kind of just started to bleed over and into maybe seeing what would happen if I were to make another record for myself."
To hear more, watch the video below.