On March 24, 1996, Madonna won a Razzie Award for Worst Supporting Actress in Four Rooms at the 16th annual Golden Raspberry Awards at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel Academy Room, Los Angeles, CA.
Personally, I don’t care. I enjoyed watching Madonna be a witch!
On March 19, 1996, Madonna’s “Love Don’t Live Here Anymore” (a remixed version of 1978 Rose Royce song originally recorded by Madonna in 1984 on Like A Virgin album) was released as a US single, from the ballads collection, “Something to Remember.”
On March 10, 1996, Madonna lip-synchs “Don’t Cry For Me Argentina” for a scene in Evita before a crowd of 2,000 extras on the balcony of the Casa Rosada, the same location where the late Eva Peron addressed her people 50 years earlier.
On March 7, 1996, One More Chance, the second single from Madonna’s ballads compilation Something to Remember was released. The single was not released in North America. One More Chance was written and produced by both Madonna and David Foster.
On February 24, 1996, Madonna is the centre of a controversy when animal-rights group PETA places a full-page advertisement in Billboard magazine as an attack on her for promoting bullfighting in “Take A Bow” and “You’ll See” videos.