hit for Diana Ross, co-written by Chics Bernard Edwards and Nile Rodgers,
who claimed to have written the song after witnessing a bunch of drag
queens dressed up as Ross at a California discotheque.Ross's fans and impersonators were
equally enamoured of the song, adopting it as their anthem.It peaked at #5 on the Billboard
pop chart and topped the chart of Billboard Club Play Singles.A subsequent dance remix hit the U.K.
top forty in 1993.It was
re-recorded by Amerie in 2003 on the soundtrack of the Jennifer Lopez
comedy Maid in Manhattan.Curiously, it was not released in
U.S., only in the
where it did very well in its final dance remix version.