But she has had such a long career and so many guilty pleasures. So it's hard to avoid her.
Maybe we should have made her a Hall of Famer, instead. Oh well.
This song is from the soundtrack of the movie Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me and ended up being a pretty big worldwide hit. Ironically, because we were entering a digital era that the Billboard Charts had not yet accounted for, this song only reached #19 in the US, but that was WITHOUT single sales, which were a large aspect of the chart at the time. It was a much bigger hit in almost every other country.
On a personal note, I've been a fan of Madonna since her first album, and this was a high water mark for her, in my view.
The song has become something of a staple of hers live, even to this day. Madonna does not alter her voice much in studio (and it's a little on the huskier side so hitting notes isn't usually an issue).