"Stormy landed in London and was taken to the Village hotel in Elstree where the celebs are put up".
According to a leaked list of contestants' salaries obtained by editors at British newspaper The Sun, show bosses have forked out thousands for Stormy, real name Stephanie Clifford, who is set to rake in $950,000 if she remains in the house for one week or longer.
The Sun claims that Daniels "fell out with CBB staff and said she'd only go in if they gave her an extra £100,000 on top of her record £750,00" contract fee. They just didn't get on.
"They tried everything to persuade her to stay and no one could work out why she'd fly all the way from the U.S. to London before deciding to drop out".
"Everything in the house was ready for her!"
Speaking about her ordeal, including reports in the media saying it had been a publicity stunt, Ayling said: "I felt like I was constantly trying to defend myself against the media headlines and it's not a nice thing to do when you know you're telling the truth". That massive mock-up of the White House was all for Stormy.
"To say it's been a nightmare is an absolute understatement".
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On the BBC's Andrew Marr Show, Mr Javid said: "I think there are much better ways to articulate your differences". The Justice Secretary said Boris Johnson's choice of language was "not well judged" and was "weak in substance".
She was joined by "Coronation Street" actor Ryan Thomas, ex-footballer Jermaine Pennant, model Chloe Ayling (who became famous when her story of being kidnapped was disbelieved by the United Kingdom press), "human Ken doll" Rodrigo Alves, broadcaster and presenter Hardeep Singh Kohli and former TOWIE star Dan Osborne.
Hollywood star Alley, known for her roles in TV series Cheers and the Look Who's Talking films as well as her highly-publicised battle with her weight, was the first to enter the Channel 5 compound during the live broadcast on Thursday.
And last night's launch certainly caught viewers' attention when it aired a big format change.
There was a noticeable presence missing from last night's show though - Stormy Daniels.
Former Coronation Street star Thomas was the second star to enter the house, and when he saw Alley, he shouted: "Look who's talking now!"
Fans thought the new format was reminiscent of old Big Brother series and many loved it.
The new season of "CBBUK", which premieres on Thursday, August 16, is built around an "Eye of the Storm" theme and is said to include contestants who have been involved in some sort of public scandal.