September 25, 1987 is really a day that transformed Vegas forever? the date marked the very first live show of the now legendary ?Crazy Girls? in the Riviera Hotel & Casino. Now in excess of 28 years ?Crazy Girls? has continued to be as fresh, new and questionable as the day it opened up. With the demise earlier in 2015 of the Riviera Hotel & Casino, ?Crazy Girls? found itself in serious demand as big name hotels courted the world-famous show – and it was finally wooed by Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino to enroll in its entertainment family and today plays nightly (except Tuesdays) at Planet Hollywood?s Las Vegas Theatre situated on The Mezz looking over the casino.
?Crazy Girls? is honoring its 28th anniversary on Wednesday, October 21 with a private party for VIPs and invited media with a red carpet, food and cocktails, the show along with a souvenir photo using the ?Crazy Girls.?
Producer-director Norbert Aleman is definitely an experienced producer with decades of expertise in show business, however the ?Crazy Girls? having a cast of seven women who’re the stars of the show is the longest running. For individuals who like comedy-miracle Tony Douglas hosts the show. There?s even a songstress.
?The Sin City Theatre had a major overhaul for ?Crazy Girls? to perform there,? Aleman said, ?Planet Hollywood is the perfect combination of classic Vegas and modern edgy Las Vegas that truly represents Crazy Girls? past, present and future.?
The ultra-sexy show has entertained countless audience members from royalty to celebrity including Prince Albert, Nicolas Cage, Tom Cruise, Miracle Manley, Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci and Tom Jones, to name a few.
It’s been involved with tabloid tales like Magic Johnson?s Wild Weekend in Vegas with the ?Crazy Girls? and Jahna Steele?s ?Sexiest Showgirl on the Strip”. The bronze butts statue was protested through the National Organization of Women when it was revealed, however it later went on to win honors by NPR along with other organizations. Legend has it if you rub the butts you’ll have best of luck within the casino.
It?s Las Vegas? most sizzling topless show and reinvents itself nightly, exceeding expectations with new routines that has the scintillating professionally trained “Crazy Girls” dancers carrying out world famous choreography. 1000’s of dollars in dazzling costumes embellish each dancer from topless contemporary boot-stomping pole dance numbers to bawdy, burlesque classics.
?Crazy Girls? is a must-see show now only at Planet Hollywood.