REBEL Wilson showed she knows the meaning of a gong show – exposing her audience at the MTV Movie Awards to a double nip slip.
The Bridesmaid actress, 27, pulled down one half of her dress top to reveal a fake boob with two nipples while talking about body image.
The gag echoed Janet Jackson’s infamous Super Bowl nip slip in 2004 when one of her breasts was left showing at the half-time show.
The cheeky wardrobe malfunction was not the star’s only interesting stage surprise though.
She also wowed her crowd by gyrating in a dominatrix-style leather outfit.
Rebel’s opening routine began with James Franco trekking to her native Australia.
Winner ... with her two awards
The Oz: The Great And Powerful actor found her sitting outside a tent in the outback where he told her she had been “chosen” to host the awards.
He also poked fun at his own Oscars hosting disasters, joking: “Hosting is a blast. You are not gonna regret it for a second... Trust me, nobody will ever say anything bad about you. It’ll be totally fun, cool, yes.”
Wilson then stepped into an Iron Man suit Franco called Iron Man-gina and “jetted off” to the Sony Pictures lot in Los Angeles for the ceremony, where she fell from the rafters and announced: “I don’t know if I can do this”, before breaking into song and performing a parody of Eminem’s Lose Yourself and a mash-up of Macklemore & Ryan Lewis’ Thrift Shop and Alicia Keys’ Girl on Fire.
Rebel also revealed she was stunned to be asked to host the show, saying: “I’m a bit surprised that they asked me to host — and so is MTV. They thought I was Adele.”
Rebel, who stepped on to the stage in a pink tracksuit during her performance, later showed off another tracksuit when she picked up Golden Popcorn trophies for Breakthrough Performance and Best Musical Moment.
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