Wilson gets censored at Teen Choice Awards
Rebel Wilson at the Teen Choice Awards. Picture: AP

Rebel Wilson fronted up to the Teen Choice awards in a pink-and-black wetsuit with her name on the front to accept her prize for Choice Actress in a Comedy.

The Aussie actress' appearance got a huge laugh, given that the awards are handed out in the form of surfboards.

But then the Pitch Perfect star told a joke about boy band One Direction that was so blue, the whole thing was censored.

One Direction kicked off the night with their new song Best Song Ever while later in the show hosts Darren Criss and Lucy Hale got Harry Styles to twerk as the audience went wild.

Some of the show's celebrity presenters tried to use the opportunity as teaching moments for the younger audience.

"Tonight means your vote matters," said Scandal star Kerry Washington with The Vampire Diaries actor Ian Somerhalder, of the more than 150 million votes cast, setting a new record for the show.

Ashton Kutcher received the Ultimate Choice Award and after joking, "Let's be brutally honest. This is the old guy award," said he wanted to impart some life-lessons to his younger fans.

"The sexiest thing in the entire world is being really smart and being thoughtful and being generous," he said.

The 2013 telecast was from the Gibson Amphitheatre in Universal City, California.

One Direction arrive at the Teen Choice Awards. Picture: Reuters

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