Stormy Daniels Won’t Appear On ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ In Britain After All

According to Moore, Daniels said "being a mother comes first" and she had no choice but to return to the United States and not appear on Celebrity Big Brother.

When asked to comment on reports from an "insider" that she quit after demanding extra money, Mr Avenatti said: "Complete b******t".

The American adult film star, who gained notoriety after suing President Donald Trump following an alleged affair, was expected to be in the line-up of the Channel 5 show.

A spokesperson for CBB did not deny a row with producers and said Daniels told the production team "hours" before the show was due to air that she did not want to participate as agreed "several months earlier".

Daniels was then booked to appear on ITV's Loose Women chat show on Friday afternoon to explain what happened, but again failed to appear on screen despite making it to the studio on time.

She was then due to appear on Friday's Loose Women.

"She says that, late last night, she was due to be on Celebrity Big Brother and there was a custody development involving her daughter in America - she is in the middle of a divorce".

Loose Women's Jane Moore explained to viewers she'd spoken to Stormy backstage and the interview would not go ahead as planned, much to Stormy's disappointment.

Billionaire Musk proposes tunnel to Dodger Stadium
The Boring Co . says that number could increase based on city and community feedback. Rides will be reserved in advance, like a movie theater booking.

A teaser which was tweeted from the official "CBBUK" Twitter account seemingly hinted at Daniels' involvement in the show. "What will be really interesting is seeing the other side of the stories that we've not heard before".

A storm that was heading across the Atlantic towards the British Isles has been averted, as Stormy Daniels has reportedly backed out of appearing in the upcoming season of "Celebrity Big Brother UK".

"She thought, "I can't commit". What she wanted to do was sort that out".

"She has been told she can't come on and talk to us", Moore said.

"She is very angry; she feels as though she's had her power taken away from her".

Like, she came all the way from Texas for this, it wouldn't really make a lot of sense for her to go home with nothing.

However her lawyer, Michael Avenatti, told NBC News that there had been no pay dispute. Trump has vehemently denied the allegation.

The Sun claimed she was being paid £750,000 for a week's stay in the Channel 5 series, after being unable to afford her demands for the entire run.

Latest News