We're right in the middle of wedding season, and if you're not really a "wedding person," hopefully you've been able to dodge the bullet. You'll probably also appreciate another look at this list of the 'Most-Banned Wedding Songs.'

They're mostly the ones that have cheesy choreographed dances, which make receptions even more unbearable. However, if you are a "wedding person," you'll probably be outraged, because these are the ones you most look forward to.

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

  1. "The Chicken Dance"
  2. "The Cha-Cha Slide" – DJ Casper
  3. "Macarena" – Los Del Rio
  4. "The Cupid Shuffle" – Cupid
  5. "YMCA" – Village People
  6. "Electric Boogie (Electric Slide)" – Marcia Griffiths
  7. "Hokey Pokey"
  8. "Wobble" – V.I.C.
  9. "Happy"  – Pharrell
  10. "Shout"  – Isley Brothers
  11. "Love Shack" – B-52s
  12. "We Are Family" – Sister Sledge
  13. "Blurred Lines" – Robin Thicke
  14. "Celebration" – Kool & the Gang
  15. "Cotton Eye Joe" – Rednex
  16. "Dancing Queen" – ABBA
  17. "Don't Stop Believin'" – Journey
  18. "Single Ladies" – Beyoncé
  19. "Sweet Caroline" – Neil Diamond
  20. "Turn Down for What" – DJ Snake and Lil Jon
  21. "Watch Me (Whip / Nae Nae)" – Silentó
  22. "Hot in Herre" – Nelly
  23. "Mony Mony" – Billy Idol