Bristol Palin's Engaged to Levi Johnston: What Should Their First-Dance Song Be?
Bristol Palin's Engaged to Levi Johnston: What Should Their First-Dance Song Be?
Levi Johnston and Bristol Palin are getting hitched, according to US Weekly! And the happy couple didn't even tell Sarah Palin--they told the magazine instead.

Levi, 20, and Bristol, 19, are tying the knot in the next six weeks, and supposedly they won't be having sex again (despite the constant reminder of the 18-month-old child they have together) until then due to Bristol's abstinence pledge. (The 19-year-old mother, who recently had a turn as a teenage mother named Bristol on The Secret Life of the American Teenager, was on Good Morning America last year promoting teenage abstinence and liked it so much she jumped on the bandwagon.)

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The duo apparently reconnected three months ago while working out a custody agreement for their son, Tripp.

"I really thought we were over," said Levi, who recently appeared on Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List. "So when I went, I had no hope. I think we both just started talking--and then we took Tripp for a walk."

That must have been some walk, Levi. Because despite beating each other up in the tabloids, these two crazy kids are giving it another go.

Six weeks is a pretty short time to plan a wedding, so we thought we'd help with one small element of the nuptials: the song for your first dance.

Here are a few thoughts we came up with:
- "Party in the USA" by Miley Cyrus
- "We Made You" by Eminem
- "Sara" by Jefferson Starship
- "Pregnant" by R. Kelly
- "Babies Making Babies" by Sly & the Family Stone
- "We Don't Have to Take Our Clothes Off" by Jermaine Stewart
- "Don't Come Home A-Lovin' with Venison on Your Truck" by Debby McClatchy

What do you think Bristol Palin and Levi Johnston should make their first-dance song? Or do you think they'll even make it to the alter? Will Sarah Palin be the one to stand up and object at the wedding? Or is this all a ploy so Mama Palin can run for president in 2012? Sound off in the comments!

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