Right on the heels of news that Donald Trump attorney Michael "says who?" Cohen apparently paid porn star Stormy Daniels (née Stephanie Clifford) $130,000 in the weeks before the 2016 election out of his own pocket, the actress is headed to Florida.
On Friday and Saturday, she will be entertaining Tampanians at Westshore gentlemen's club Thee Dollhouse.
She tweeted her plans to appear in Tampa as part of her "Make America Horny Again" tour Tuesday afternoon.
The first show is slated to take place Friday at 6.
And given recent news developments, Tampa just might get lucky.
Recent revelations about the Daniels-Trump what-have-you could make for some big crowds — and, potentially, some juicy tidbits.
After all, in the wake of Cohen's admission that he paid Daniels, the actress's manager, Gina Rodriguez, said that means Daniels can finally tell her story about the alleged affair with Trump (which she has recently denied).
"Everything is off now, and Stormy is going to tell her story," Rodriguez said, according to the BBC.
In January, rumors of a Trump-Daniels affair spread far and wide after the Wall Street Journal reported on a $130,000 payment to her in 2016, ostensibly in exchange for her silence. In 2011, though, Daniels did an interview with In Touch magazine in which she gave lurid details of an alleged sexual relationship with Trump in 2006, just after his wife, Melania Trump, gave birth to their son Barron.
Over the past month Daniels has either denied the allegations or declined to answer questions related to the supposed incident, including, famously, during an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live on the same night as Trump's first State of the Union Address.
Her next appearances, following the Tampa shows, are slated for clubs on Long Island, New York and in North Hollywood, Florida.