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Hugh Hefner, Crystal Harris Dress Up as Robin Thicke, Miley Cyrus

By Clyde Hughes   |   Monday, 28 Oct 2013 01:15 PM

Hugh Hefner and wife Crystal Harris dressed as Robin Thicke and Miley Cyrus for Halloween as the infamous MTV Video Music Awards performance lived on at the Playboy Mansion on Saturday.

Hefner, 87, was photographed wearing a black and white pinstripe suit and aviator sunglasses  with a microphone in hand. Harris was bent over, twerking in front of him with her tongue out and a foam finger in hand.

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Hefner, the founder of Playboy magazine, and Harris dressed up for the mansion's annual Halloween party at their home in Los Angeles on Saturday, Us Weekly reported. Hefner shared a photo of himself and his wife on Twitter.

Cyrus' VMAs ensemble was a popular Halloween costume over the weekend. Paris Hilton and Joan Rivers did their own versions of Cyrus.

Cyrus spent Saturday night making a cameo appearance on "Saturday Night Live," joining guest host Edward Norton onstage during his opening monologue and announcing that she will be touring in 2014.

No dates have been announced yet for the tour.

Some wished Hefner and Harris hadn't made that choice of costumes.

Cyrus's VMA performance just won't die. It was Aug. 25 that former Disney star forever shredded her Hannah Montana persona, famously twerking in front of R&B singer Thicke during the opening number of the awards show, outraging some viewers.

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