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The 'wedding first dance song' is more important than the best man's speech!
A survey of 2,000 people across The UK has shown that when it comes to the big day, the public consider the music played for the first dance to be more important than the best man's speech. However interestingly, whilst in total 53% of the population consider the first dance more important this was because 57% of females tipped the scales, with 55% of males choosing the speech.
The results showed that Lonestar's 'Amazed' is the most popular song chosen by couples to share their first married dance to.
Commenting on the results, a spokesman for PRS said: 'The song played for the first dance tends to make weddings more memorable and can inevitably prove to be the icing on cake. It is a testament to the power and universality of music that those 'special moments' and feelings can be heightened by the melodies which mean the most to us'.
The Poll also reveals that David Bowie is the male singer the public would most like to perform at their wedding and that Beyonce and Take That come top as most popular female singer and most popular band respectively to perform at weddings.
Top Five Most Popular Wedding First Dance SongsAmazed by LoneStar
Don't Want To Miss A Thing by Aerosmith
From This Moment On by Shania Twain
Everything I do (I Do It For You) by Bryan Adams
Rule The World by Take That
Research undertaken by PRS for Music