Viewers were confused during Loose Women today as Stormy Daniels was not on the popular ITV program.
ITV had repeatedly announced the US star's appearance on the program, but after half an hour, Andrea McLean finally revealed the truth.
She stated, "Stormy Daniels should appear in today's show.
"However, she has told us overnight due to legal complications that she is forced to postpone her appearance.
"We hope to get them soon," added the TV presenter.
Express.co.uk has contacted a representative from Stormy Daniels and ITV for a comment.
Fans will remember that Stormy has previously canceled a last-minute appearance on Loose Women after she was unexpectedly absent from the celebrity big brother reality contest.
Stormy is reported to have joined the Channel 5 program, but due to a custody lawsuit with her seven-year-old daughter, things changed.
Journalist Jane Moore went backstage to privately talk to the star, but the panelist came back alone to explain that Stormy could not come to the show.
This was later corrected when Stormy returned for a pre-recorded interview with Kaye Adams, Penny Lancaster, and Jane and Nadia Sawalha.
She said, "I went to the pre-shoots, had a nice day, then was notified of a development in my custody case, and I was uncomfortable spending the night in the house."
"I wanted to talk to her [her daughter] what's up with everything, "the 39-year-old continued, before claiming that she was trying to come up with a suitable arrangement with the producers of the show.
Stormy continued, "We had an agreement, came to a great agreement, I was happy to come back a few times.
"I thought it would be a great way to save some of the show, explain yourself personally, apologize personally, and above all, I wanted to do something nice.
"We agreed, the live show started, I stayed at the hotel."
The star claimed, however, that she either had to stay in the house or was deported in the morning and said, "They came back a few hours later and said, 'They'll either go on and stay in the house, follow the contract for a'. T & # 39; or we will deport you at 6 o'clock in the morning & # 39 ;.
"They said, 'You have to go and we'll have to take you back to your home port on a plane, you have to leave the country.'"
When asked if she understood that Channel 5 objected to her comments, she said, "Yes, absolutely, Oh, of course, of course I do."
Stormy has just announced that she is releasing a new book called Full Disclosure.
Permissive women Airs on weekdays at 12.30 on ITV.