Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s song choice for first dance will shock you

We know the date, we know the place, we know the carriage ride, we even know the flavor of the cake! So, it seems like we are almost done putting together all the pieces of the May 19 royal wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

But what about the song choice for their first dance? Well, we know that too! And we bet no one saw this coming.

The Sun says, according to insiders, the couple have gone against convention for their memorable first dance.

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The couple reportedly chose Whitney Houston’s 1987 hit “I Wanna Dance With Somebody.”

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The song choice breaks from tradition of having a slow ballad for the first dance, proving that the pair wants to please their 1,200 guests with “fun and bouncy” playlist at their wedding reception.

And, of course, there’s expected to be a dash of A-list stardust, with Elton John planning to perform at the reception.

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The Spice Girls and Coldplay won't be taking the stage, despite rumors to the contrary.

The Daily Mail says Harry and Meghan have been more involved in the planning of their wedding than most royal couples, trying to make suitable to their taste and not the royal family institution.

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