Is there anything Rebel Wilson can't do?
The Pitch Perfect standout, 26, appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show October 4, where she joined the host on stage for a performance of Salt-n-Pepa's 1993 hit single "Shoop."
"I did once have a dream that I rapped with you. Like a double act," Wilson said. "I had a great act with my sister. She's kind of fallen off the wagon -- gotten a job. She's not so gangster any more. I had a dream that I just rapped with you and the audience just went crazy."
"The only rap I know is Salt-n-Pepa's 'Shoop,' so we're doing it," Ellen DeGeneres told the Australian star. (The comedienne first performed the rap during her 2003 stand-up special, Ellen DeGeneres: Here and Now.)
The duo then showed off their skills, with DeGeneres taking the first verse. "Here I go, here I go, here I go again," the TV personality rapped. "Girls what's my weakness?"
"Men!" Wilson chanted.
To see their hilarious performance, watch the video above (now). Wilson's new movie, Pitch Perfect, is in theaters now.
This article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: See Rebel Wilson Rap With Ellen DeGeneres!
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