23 Songs Banned Most at Weddings

The people at FiveThirtyEight.com asked more than two dozen DJs, who'd worked hundreds of weddings, what songs couples most often banned.  It's not scientific... but it's obviously accurate.

Here's the list, along with the estimated percent of weddings they're banned at:

 

1.  "The Chicken Dance" - 23.1%

2.  "The Cha-Cha Slide", DJ Casper - 22.5%

3.  "Macarena", Los Del Rio - 17.6%

4.  "The Cupid Shuffle", Cupid - 16.5%

5.  "YMCA", Village People - 15.4%

6.  "Electric Boogie (Electric Slide)", Marcia Griffiths - 12.6%

7.  "Hokey Pokey" - 10.4%

8.  "Wobble", V.I.C. - 7.1%

9.  (Tie) "Happy" by Pharrell - 5.5%

     (Tie) "Shout" by the Isley Brothers - 5.5%

11.  "Love Shack", The B-52s - 4.9%

12.  "We Are Family", Sister Sledge - 4.4%

13.  (Tie) "Blurred Lines", Robin Thicke - 3.8%

       (Tie) "Celebration", Kool & the Gang

       (Tie) "Cotton Eye Joe", Rednex

       (Tie) "Dancing Queen", ABBA

       (Tie) "Don't Stop Believin'", Journey

       (Tie) "Single Ladies", Beyoncé

       (Tie) "Sweet Caroline", Neil Diamond

       (Tie) "Turn Down for What", DJ Snake and Lil Jon

       (Tie) "Watch Me (Whip / Nae Nae)", Silentó

22.  (Tie) "Hot in Herre", Nelly - 2.7%

       (Tie) "Mony Mony", Billy Idol


From FiveThirtyEight.com - The Ultimate Playlist Of Banned Wedding Songs

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