Holly Madison insures her moneymaking chest for $1 million (video)

Madison told People Magazine that she made the decision to protect not only her own livelihood, but also that of her coworkers in Peepshow, as they would all be impacted if something happened to her breasts.


"I think they're getting the credit they deserve," Madison told People. "They're my primary money makers right now."


The specifics of the policy have not been released, so we can only speculate as to what kind of disfiguring accidents are covered: a botched Criss Angel illusion, a foiled boob assassination attempt, or an attack from a knife-wielding ex?


Read and see more of Madison's $1 million breasts in this week's People and check out a teaser for Madison's strip show below to see if her breasts really are worth the money.



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  • Holly Madison in Peepshow

The problem with most reality stars is that they mistakenly believe they posses some inherent quality that entitles them to fame. So it's endearing when a starlet openly acknowledges the superficial reasons for her success.

Holly Madison, 31, first realized the earning potential of undeniably large breasts when implants brought her from an A cup to a 36D and gained her the attention of Playboy's Hugh Hefner. After her split with Hefner and her departure from The Girls Next Door, the Playmate's chest continues to command big bucks nightly in the Vegas burlesque performance, Peepshow. To insure a steady income stream from her prized moneybags, Madison recently took out a $1 million insurance policy on her chest with Lloyd's of London.

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