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The "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" host interviewed Daniels - whose real name is Stephanie Clifford - on his ABC show to speak about her alleged affair with Trump in 2006.

"This is what fascinates me... the signature on your original statement does not match the signature on the [Tuesday] statement", Kimmel told Daniels, before showing the audience several pieces of signed memorabilia.

Daniels did give a hint about why she'd be so evasive: In a skit with Kimmel she indicated (without using words!) that she had been gagged. "I said no, what's she gonna say?"

Asked by Kimmel whether the alleged sexual encounter was an "unpleasant experience", Daniels said that Kimmel's characterization was an "unpleasant picture". "I am not denying the affair because I was paid "hush money" as has been reported in overseas owned tabloids.

A smirking Daniels responded with a "I don't know, did I?" before saying that it "doesn't look like my signature".

While ABC did not provide an official reason for the sudden cancellation, Goldberg specifically discussed Cupp's comments when reporting that Daniels' appearance was in question. He also compared the John Hancock to signed photos of Daniels, to which she said, "That's my signature".

Kimmel kicked off the interview by telling Daniels that he had a "pretty clear idea" of what he wanted to ask her, but then saw a letter that denied the alleged relationship, which she supposedly signed earlier on Tuesday.

"Stormy Daniels is lying, she knows what she did and she's on her Make America Horny Again tour", she continued. "She wouldn't be a good guest, trust me!" Trump's lawyer has also issued a denial. On the show, Kimmel contends that a letter released stating the affair never happened (which can be read here) is a forgery.

"I thought this was a talk show, not a horror movie", Daniels said. Then, to Daniels' horror, he whipped out three carrots of different sizes and asked her which one most closely resembled the president's you-know-what.