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Rebel Wilson prepares to open MTV Awards with song

Host Rebel Wilson, right, and Channing Tatum are seen behind the scenes on set at the “2013 MTV Movie Awards” on-air promo shoot in Los Angeles. (Photo by MTV)
Host Rebel Wilson, right, and Channing Tatum are seen behind the scenes on set at the “2013 MTV Movie Awards” on-air promo shoot in Los Angeles. (Photo by MTV)
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Sunday, April 14, 2013 07:53 am
CULVER CITY, Calif. — Rebel Wilson sings, dances and summons laughs — and that's just in the opening moments of this weekend's MTV Movie Awards.The Australian actress is hosting the show, and she's set to start the ceremony by singing solo.

Wilson and her co-stars from "Pitch Perfect" rehearsed a multi-genre opening medley Friday that features Wilson spoofing last year's films and spinning nunchucks.

Brittany Snow, Anna Camp and Skylar Astin, along with a troupe of gymnastic dancers, joined the first-time host at Sony Pictures Studios to run through four songs not featured in the film. MTV insists on keeping the titles a surprise until Sunday's show.

When the group finished rehearsing, Wilson thrust her fist toward the sky and shouted, "'Pitch Perfect' two!"

A sequel to the musical comedy has not been announced.

Wilson will be joined at the MTV Movie Awards by presenters such as Brad Pitt, Melissa McCarthy, Seth Rogen and Kerry Washington and performers including Selena Gomez. Jamie Foxx, Will Ferrell and Emma Watson will receive special awards at the ceremony, which will be broadcast live Sunday on MTV from 9 to 11 p.m.

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