It's wedding season, and no bride or groom wants an empty dance floor at their reception. But what tunes are going to get your granny up strutting her stuff with the best man? Online local services marketplace Bidvine.com asked 1,400 wedding DJs which tracks were guaranteed dance floor fillers...

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1. Jackson 5 – I Want You Back

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The 1969 song was a number 1 hit for the Jackson 5. Michael Jackson lead the vocals aged just 11.

2. Queen – Don’t Stop Me Now

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Released in 1979, it reached number 8 in the UK charts, and is one of Queen’s most popular songs.

3. The Killers – Mr. Brightside

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This catchy hit was a number 10 hit for The Killers in 2003, and is now one of the top 15 most downloaded rock tracks ever.

4. The Fratellis – Chelsea Dagger

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A number 5 chart hit for Scottish rockers the Fratellis, this song was written for the lead singer Jon’s wife.

5. Michael Jackson – Don’t Stop Till You Get Enough

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A second appearance for Michael Jackson in the list! The video where he showcased his moves was his first as a solo artist.

6. Five – Everybody Get Up

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A number 2 hit for British boy band Five in 1997, this catchy track samples Joan Jett’s I Love Rock ‘n’ Roll.

7. Junkie XL Elvis Presley – Little Less Conversation

Dutch DJ Junkie XL made this remixed Elvis track go to number 1 in 24 counties!

8. Pharrell Williams – Happy

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Happy, released in 2013, was Pharrell’s third UK number, counting Get Lucky and Blurred Lines.

9. Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars – Uptown Funk

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Uptown Funk was the best-selling song of 2015 in the UK, and the video is the fourth most viewed YouTube video of all time.

10. David Bowie – Let’s Dance

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A UK number 1 hit for Bowie in 1983 – one of just five number 1s the superstar had.