It seems that almost everyone has something to say about Miley Cyrus these days, but according to Rebel Wilson, the Pitch Perfect star was recently banned from poking fun at the pop star. 

The 27-year-old actress was apparently supposed to introduce both Britney Spears and Miley at the recent iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas, but was barred from welcoming the "We Can't Stop" singer to the stage for her performance last weekend

"I had to introduce Britney Spears and Miley Cyrus onto the stage for the music festival, but then their management got, um, a copy of my jokes of what I was  gonna say," the funnygal confessed to Jimmy Kimmel last night during an appearance on his late-night talk show. 

"And then I was banned from saying the jokes," she admitted with a laugh. 

Miley Cyrus

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So instead of Rebel, Britney Spears introduced the erstwhile Disney star, calling her "my girl Miley" in an oh-so-G-rated introduction. 

"But the jokes weren't that bad!" Wilson insisted to Kimmel. 

And while Rebel may have been prohibited from dishing out her jokes at the iHeart Radio Festival, she had no qualms about sharing her jest on Jimmy Kimmel Live

"It was like 'Miley Cyrus got to the top through her raw talent and hard twerk,'" she admitted before adding, "It wasn't even that bad!" 

Considering Cyrus did indeed twerk up a storm during her iHeart performance, we can see why Miley's management may have wanted Wilson to hold off on her twerking commentary.

But even if Rebel had told joke at the festival, we highly doubt it would be the most memorable moment, as Miley—once again—stole the show with another eyebrow-raising performance, reminiscent of her scandalous booty-shakin' show at the MTV Video Music Awards last month. 

The singer left little to the imagination when she took the stage wearing tiny pasties and panties under a mesh-white dress for her first live performance of her hit single "Wrecking Ball." 

Raw talent, hard twerk, indeed.

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