CRAZY HORSE PARIS
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.