While Madonna is more likely to adopt a child then a wild crush on a man these days, all kinds of goodies are coming to light about a tempestuous fling the star had in the mid-90's.
Jim Albright, a nightclub security guard Madge met in New York in 1992, has put up love letters, voice machine recordings and a brief VHS tape featuring the singer for auction.
Gotta Have It!, an online rock n' roll memorabilia house, is selling a bundle of letters faxed from all around the world, to Albright from Madonna.
The faxes contain sweet nothings to Albright, sometimes insight on the world and poverty and always something streamy to sign out with.
Starting off at $2,000, Madonna frequently closed the letters as "Lola Montez," who was an Irish-born danced known as a King's mistress, courtesan and dancer.
The audio tapes contain voice messages, some sweet and pleading, some barking and accusatory.
The phone messages are starting at $25k, the VHS expected to fetch up to $10k.