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Holly Madison, the one-time "Girl Next Door," isn't taking any chances with her "money makers" (her words).
The performer and former Playboy model does a topless revue called "Peepshow" in Las Vegas, so Madison has gotten proactive about protecting her primary assets to the tune of a $1 million insurance policy from Lloyd's of London.
"I've heard about people getting body parts insured and I thought, why not?, because if anything happened to my boobs, I'd be out for a few months and I'd probably be out a million dollars," Madison told People.
Madison is far from the first celebrity to take out insurance on a body part: Heidi Klum has a $2.2 million policy for her legs, Rod Stewart's voice is insured for $6 million. She's not even the first person to specifically insure her breast - Dolly Parton famously has $600,000 worth of coverage for hers.
"I think it's kind of funny. I think they're getting the credit they deserve," she said. "They're my primary money makers right now."