Stormy Daniels says hosting gay dating show is the ‘best job’



Stormy Daniels says hosting gay dating show is the ‘best job’

Porn powerhouse Stormy Daniels says hosting the gay dating reality series “For the Love of DILFs” is the “best job” she’s ever had. 

“And I don’t even get to have an orgasm!” she jokes in an exclusive interview with Page Six, promoting Season 2 of the OutTV show. “Go figure.” 

The 44-year-old star presides over a cast of “Himbos” — attractive young men — and “Daddies” — handsome older fellows — as they search for love and compete for a $10,000 cash prize.

Sprinkled throughout is comedic narration from the mysterious “Dr. DILF,” witty one-liners from Daniels and, of course, tons of drama at the DILF Mansion.

Stormy Daniels chats with Page Six about her work on OutTV’s “For the Love of DILFs.”
The porn powerhouse says hosting the gay dating reality show is the “best job” she’s ever had and jokes that she doesn’t “even get to have an orgasm!” OUTtv

But the stripper-turned-adult film actress says that being given a platform to champion the LGBTQIA+ community — of which she is a part — has been the greatest part of the gig. 


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“It was just such an eye-opening experience for me that how could I say no to Season 2?” she says of her decision to reprise her role. “Especially once I realized that I was given this opportunity that I didn’t even know was wrapped up in this hot naked man package.”

Daniels presides over a cast of “Himbos” — attractive young men — and “Daddies” — handsome older fellows — as they search for love and compete for a $10,000 cash prize. OUTtv

Daniels is particularly elated by the meaningful conversations she’s helped facilitate between contestants on “For the Love of DILFs” — exchanges that she says “put the straight community to shame.” 

“What I didn’t realize was going to be this unexpected bonus … to really sort of bridge the gap between the queer community and the straight community about some of these hot topics that these people on the show … were so open and honest [about],” she says. 

“Conversations about boundaries, about body positivity, health, STDs and consent,” the X-rated entertainer elaborates. “And good stuff, too, like how you want to be touched, what feels good.” 

Daniels applauds Season 2 contestants for having honest conversations “about boundaries, about body positivity, health, STDs and consent” on camera. OUTtv
She says some of the discussions she helped facilitate “put the straight community to shame.” OUTtv

Daniels emphasizes that many of her straight gal pals lack such candor in their communications with their husbands. 

“My hetero female friends in marriages of decades don’t even have these conversations with their husbands,” she says before quipping, “No wonder women aren’t coming! Like, what the f—k, right? No wonder we all need vibrators.” 

The mother of one shares preteen daughter Caden with ex-husband Brendon Miller, but is currently married to fellow porn star Barrett Blade. She makes it clear on the “For the Love of DILFs” Season 2 premiere that she is proudly bisexual.

Daniels makes it clear on “For the Love of DILFs” that she is proudly bisexual. OUTtv

“The big misconception is that I had this big coming out in conjunction with ‘For the Love of DILFs,’ which looks like a PR stunt — and it’s not,” she tells us. 

“And anybody who says that is only just embarrassing themselves and looking ignorant because I’m pretty sure there’s plenty of footage of me from 20 years ago doing lots of lesbian sex scenes. I’m pretty sure my girlfriend from high school has been pretty vocal, like, ‘I dated Stormy Daniels!’”

Because of her career in adult entertainment and a support system of sex-positive loved ones, though, Daniels acknowledges that embracing her queer identity has been relatively easy compared to others’ experiences. 

The X-rated entertainer’s been part of the queer community for decades — long before the series was conceptualized — she asserts. OUTtv

“In my instance, I had it exponentially easier than most people who have to tell people, or come out, because I was a stripper and then I worked in the adult industry, so I didn’t really have this traumatic coming out where I had to tell my friends or my family,” she says.  

“And also compared to the other things I’ve had to tell them, this is nothing!”

Daniels catapulted to mainstream notoriety after her alleged 2006 tryst with Donald Trump came to light in 2018 during his presidential administration. 

Daniels catapulted to mainstream notoriety in 2018 after her alleged 2006 tryst with Donald Trump came to light during his presidential administration. Getty Images For The Cambridge Union

The ex-commander in chief, now 77 — who married wife Melania Trump one year prior to his purported indiscretions with Daniels — denies any allegations of sexual encounters with the “Full Disclosure” author. 

However, former POTUS Trump paid Daniels $130,000 in 2016 not to publicize her claims — with the payment comprising part of Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s criminal case against the GOP 2024 frontrunner for allegedly falsifying business records.

She was ordered to pay Trump nearly $300,000 in legal fees in 2018 after she unsuccessfully sued him for defamation. She has vowed to go to prison before doing so and has continued to fight the order in court.

Trump has denied ever having a sexual encounter with Daniels, but paid her $130,000 in 2016 not to publicize her claims. Steven Hirsch

Today, Daniels believes the businessman — who lost the 2020 election to President Joe Biden — should be held accountable not only for allegedly falsifying business records to hide her hush money payments, but for the myriad of criminal charges he currently faces. 

“How do you have that many indictments and not go to jail? I think that justice should be served and he should have to pay the penalty,” she states. 

“Whether that sentence is jail time or something else, the most important part about this is showing that he’s not above the law. Because the precedent that this sets for the people who follow him is terrifying, whether you’re pro-Trump, pro-Biden or neither.” 

Despite her public friction with Trump, Daniels feels he might “really appreciate” watching “For the Love of DILFs.” OUTtv

Whether from prison or his Mar-a-Lago home base, Daniels hopes Trump will tune in to “For the Love of DILFs.” 

“That would be the greatest thing ever, honestly,” she says, imagining the one-term president squirm during an episode of “Himbo”-on-“Daddy” escapades. “And that’s saying a lot from someone who never wants to see Trump again. I would watch [him watch the show]!” 

Daniels adds, “But you know what? I feel like a part of him would actually really appreciate it because he was such a reality TV genius in a way. And the other part of me thinks that he’s just so out of it now that he might just be oblivious.” 

“For the Love of DILFs” Season 2 begins streaming Jan. 23 on OutTV. 

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