There's not even a sniff of Michael Bublé...
Choosing your perfect first dance song is not an easy task. This is a track, a three minute moment where all of your friends and family have to watch you swaying (hopefully not too awkwardly) on the dancefloor, could well be one of the defining moments of your big day. No pressure, right?
Plus, if that wasn't enough, we've got the details on what 10 celebrity couples chose to dance to on their big day.
Sarah-Jane Crawford's First Dance Song Suggestions...
Jon B, They Don't Know
Luther Vandross, So Amazing
Sade, By Your Side
David Bowie, Heroes
Alina Baraz & Galimatias, Show Me
Adele, Make You Feel My Love
Lauryn Hill ft D'Angelo, Nothing Even Matters
Sleeping At Last, Chasing Cars
James Bay, Running
The first dance songs that celebrity couples chose...
Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux: Sia, Chandelier
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West: Etta James, At Last, mixed with These Arms of Mine and Try a Little Tenderness by Otis Redding
Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel: Donny Hathaway, A Song For You
The Duke and Duchess Of Cambridge: Ellie Goulding, Your Song
Kate Moss and Jamie Hince: Roxy Music, If There Is Something
Beyoncé and Jay-Z: Their very own, Crazy in Love
Barack and Michelle Obama: Stevie Wonder, You And I
Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan: Green Day, Last Night On Earth Fergie and Josh Duhamel: The Rolling Stones, Sweethearts Together
David and Victoria Beckham: The Starlight Orchestra, It Had To Be You
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