The Super Fun Night star and the daytime talk show host wowed the crowd when they performed Salt-n-Pepa's 1993 hit single "Shoop" in October 2012, and they made magic once again on Tuesday's episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show. "By popular demand, we formed a rap duo called Rebellen, and our first album is dropping today," DeGeneres told the audience. "It's called White Ladies Rapping."
DeGeneres told the actress, "I'm so excited about our album."
"I'm so excited," the Pitch Perfect 2 star said in agreement. "We've just got so many good tracks." Other fictional song titles include "Baby Got Back Fat," "Booty Slap for Africa," "One in the Hand Is Worth Two in the Bush" and "I Like Burritos." Wilson, 28, and DeGeneres, 56, each donned matching black track suits to rap their original number and debut single, "Watching Cats on the Internet."
According to Wilson, DeGeneres isn't the only secretly talented rapper in Hollywood. Zac Efron appeared on the same episode of the show as Wilson in 2012 and spit a few rhymes backstage. "I was rapping on that show and he kind of knew I could rap, and then he wanted to show me his rap skills—and he's, like, really good," Wilson once told Buzzfeed. "Like, I'm not exaggerating. He must practice."
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