The iconic Crazy Girls show, after 28 years of tenure at the now-closed Riviera, has announced that it is born again, like a phoenix from a flame, playing to delighted audiences at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. With a storied history that would make The Little Engine that Could proud, Crazy Girls has persevered over the years and certainly earned itself a spot in the Las Vegas Show Hall of Fame, if such an honor existed.

The ultra-sexy show has entertained millions of audience members, including such famous faces as Nicolas Cage, Magic Johnson, Robert DeNiro, Joe Pesci and even Tom Jones, over the last few decades. It was recently announced that the iconic bronze “No IF’s, And’s or…” statue (depicting the almost-bare derriere’s of the show’s sexy cast) has been added to the casino floor of Planet Hollywood.

The statue originally made headlines in 1995 and has unsurprisingly become an iconic landmark of good luck and good photography amongst visitors to Las Vegas. Also unsurprisingly, much of the fuss in the form of headlines came from the local government’s attempts to block these billboards, taxi ads, statues, etc., that depicted the girls. The Crazy Girls fought back and prevailed, however, as the ads can still be seen on Vegas taxicabs today. There’s never a dull moment in Las Vegas entertainment.

Las Vegas' most sizzling topless show still pushes the envelope night after night; brand new routines have been introduced, featuring the scintillating professionally trained dancers performing world-renowned choreography. Routines range from topless contemporary boot-stomping pole dance numbers to bawdy, burlesque classics. $500,000 in dazzling costumes adorns each girl, from Parisian-influenced topless outfits to black leather and spiked heels, complete with the trademark G-strings that accentuate the Girls' high-profile backsides.

The always controversial and always sexy Crazy Girls is performed in the Sin City Theater in Planet Hollywood Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 9 p.m., Tickets range from $54 to $98, plus tax & fee. For more information or tickets, call (702) 777-2782 or visit online at