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Iconic ‘Crazy Girls’ statue finds new home at Planet Hollywood

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Tourists take pictures of the 'Crazy Girls' statue July 27, 2015, while it's being moved into position at Planet Hollywood. (Mark Damon/Las Vegas News Bureau) Tourists take pictures of the 'Crazy Girls' statue July 27, 2015, while it's being moved into position at Planet Hollywood. (Mark Damon/Las Vegas News Bureau)
LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -

The iconic statue of one of the longest-running shows on the Las Vegas Strip was installed at its new home at Planet Hollywood on Monday.

After a 28-year run at the Riviera hotel-casino, the show was forced to its new location when the property closed on May 4.

During the move, props and costumes for the show were swiped when someone stole a truck that was loaded with the show’s equipment.

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The bronze butts have become a must-see photo spot for tourists, many of them rubbing the world famous heinies.

Except for Tuesdays, the show runs every night at 9 at the Sin City Theatre.

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