Rebel Wilson, The Ellen DeGeneres Show

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Rebel Wilson says Harry Styles' young fans are not happy with her for touching their man.

Last November, the Australian Pitch Perfect and How to Be Single star appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show and fangirled all over One Direction, getting particularly frisky with Harry Styles. In an appearance on the series Friday, Wilson recalled some of the responses she received from some of the boy band's supporters.

"Basically, I got accused of sexually assaulting Harry Styles," she told Ellen DeGeneres. "These little girls, I think they're about 12, very, very unhappy with that. Basically we're just like two professional entertainers having a good time and he really enjoyed it, like...and I told him that on Twitter and then they just sent me more death threats."

Rebel Wilson, The Ellen DeGeneres Show

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"They get very, um, like they love them and they think they're going to be with them and I'm like, 'Well, but you guys never, like, are with them,'" the actress added.

Wilson joked there has "been no further action" with Styles.

"There was no like direction, you know, there was nothing going on there," she said. 

Rebel Wilson, The Ellen DeGeneres Show

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Wilson, who had also mocked One Direction while hosting the 2013 Teen Choice Awards, also revealed on The Ellen DeGeneres show she is currently single. She was last linked to Mickey Gooch Jr., although they never confirmed a relationship.

Wilson also said she is on the dating "scene," joking she recently picked up Justin Bieber in Las Vegas.

"Justin and I had a moment," she joked. "We'll leave it at that. And I don't want his fans sending me death threats."

Later on the show, Wilson played "Who'd You Rather?" The first showdown? Styles vs. Bieber.

"Both have felt my womanliness," she joked.

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