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Graphic: Top Five Rejected Girl Talk Mash-Ups

Tonight is the big, wildly anticipated Girl Talk show at Verizon Wireless Theater. The show was originally slated for the House of Blues, but ticket sales and space dictated the gig move a few blocks away to capture the magic.

Girl Talk, aka Gregg Gillis, is notorious for his inventive mash-ups and creating a party-hard atmosphere that only Andrew WK can dream of at this point. Everyone must remember his toilet-paper cannons and the show he turned in at Summer Fest last June as Saturday's headliner.

We know that the man can turn any two or three songs into a danceable jam for all the girls and boys, but what songs eluded him? We thought you would never ask.

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