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Video: Rebel Wilson As Jennifer Lawrence's Sister
Last night, Rebel Wilson played host to the 2013 MTV Movie Awards. The sassy Aussie opened the show with a full on song and dance number alongside some of her "Pitch Perfect" co-stars, and filled the rest of the night with raunchy humor, including a nicely executed faux double nip slip.
But not all of Wilson's skits made it to the final cut, and earlier today, a video was released in which she portrays Jennifer Lawrence's not-famous sister, Katherine.
"We were actually born twins," she says. "Identical twins. We are identical in every way except for how we look or how we act."
Comparing their experiences in middle school, Wilson notes that one of the sisters had much more experience with the backdoor.
"I guess you could say Jennifer went to a lot more proms, but who did more anal? Me."
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