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Stormy Daniels Raised More Questions Than Answers on Her 'Kimmel' Interview

The porn star stayed tight-lipped on Shark Week, Trump's junk, and whether or not she made love to someone whose name rhymes with "Lonald Lump."

On Tuesday, adult star Stormy Daniels took a break from her "Make America Horny Again" stripping tour to stop by Jimmy Kimmel Live! after Trump's first State of the Union address. But although the host was eager to ask her the "MANY QUESTIONS" he had about her alleged affair with our president—one she reportedly detailed in 2011 with InTouch—the porn star continued to keep everyone in the dark.

Kimmel did just about everything he could to get Daniels—a.k.a. Stephanie Clifford—to confirm some of the details of the alleged tryst—one she was reportedly paid $130,000 to keep quiet about. He read from the InTouch transcript, used elaborate puppets modeled after Daniels and Trump for a game of "Never Have I Ever," and even brought out a tray of carrots for the star to choose from, since she reportedly told the tabloid she could "definitely describe his junk perfectly." She didn't budge.


"One last question," Kimmel said as he wrapped up the 11-minute interview. "Have you ever made love to someone whose name rhymes with 'Londald Lump?'"

"I'll call you whatever you want me to call you, baby," she responded.

Although Daniels stayed tight-lipped about Trump's junk, Shark Week, and whether or not she had a non-disclosure agreement (something she'd easily be able to deny if she didn't have one), Daniels did comment on a statement that turned up on Tuesday denying the affair ever happened. The statement, which featured a different signature from the one Daniels has used for autographs and the one on a statement Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen released when the story broke, said, "I am not denying this affair because I was paid 'hush money,' as has been reported in overseas owned tabloids. I am denying this affair because it never happened."

"Did you sign this letter that was released today?" Kimmel asked.

"I don't know. Did I? That doesn't look like my signature, does it?" Daniels responded. "I do not know where it came from."

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