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More than 800 dancers have per­formed in a Crazy Horse Paris show since it be­gan.

Dancers must be be­tween 1.68 and 1.73m tall with a dis­tance of 21cm be­tween nip­ples.

It takes one seam­stress a week to make one cos­tume.

At least six pairs of shoes are tai­lor-made for each dancer.

The dancers use 500L of makeup, 300 Crazy Red lip­sticks, 720 pairs of false eye­lashes and 2500 pairs of stock­ings each year. they pre­sented the Royal Horse­guard-in­spired num­ber fea­tur­ing can­nons ex­e­cuted with mil­i­tary pre­ci­sion.

Pro­jec­tion and light­ing ef­fects are huge in the vis­ual suc­cess of Crazy Horse Paris, the dancers’ bare skin cre­at­ing an ideal can­vas through this “best of” show with numbers rang­ing from the legs ga­lore Up­side Down per­formed to Toxic and play­ful Des­sous Des­sus chore­ographed to Need You Tonight, to the cheeky Baby Buns and fi­nale U Turn Me On.

De­spite a strict “no men in the dress­ing rooms pol­icy”, For­ever Crazy does have special at­trac­tion Robert Mu­raine, aka Mr Fan­tas­tic, a dancer who starred on Amer­ica’s So You Think You Can Dance.

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