Stormy Daniels turns to stand-up
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Stormy Daniels is taking a spin at being a stand-up comedian.

The adult-film star — who’s been locked in an ongoing legal battle with President TrumpDonald John TrumpFeinstein, Iranian foreign minister had dinner amid tensions: report The Hill's Morning Report - Trump says no legislation until Dems end probes Harris readies a Phase 2 as she seeks to rejuvenate campaign MORE and his former lawyer Michael CohenMichael Dean CohenAvenatti indicted for allegedly defrauding Stormy Daniels The Hill's 12:30 Report: Trump blows up meeting after Pelosi 'cover up' remarks Unsealed Mueller docs reveal new details of Cohen probe MORE — will perform at a comedy club in Houston later this month, the Joke Joint Comedy Club’s co-owner, Ken Reed, told KTRK-TV this week.

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Daniels is suing Trump and Cohen to void a nondisclosure agreement about an affair she says she had with Trump in 2006. The payment over that agreement is one of the reasons Cohen was last year sentenced to three years in jail for bank fraud and campaign finance violations.

"I'm not going to judge her on her politics, or her day job, or anything else,” Reed said of Daniels’s upcoming sets. “She has an audience. She has a fanbase that want to see her. I think it's going to be a good show.”

The head of the comedy club said the idea for Daniels to deliver some one-liners came from her management team.

Daniels — who last year drew headlines as she embarked on a national tour of strip clubs — drew some backlash on social media for pivoting to joke-telling. 

“I’ve been writing comedy material for over 10 [years],” Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, wrote on Twitter.

The “Full Disclosure” author defended her comedy credentials, saying, “I did improv with Tim Meadows and Upright Citizens Brigade in LA. I’ve acted alongside Seth Rogan [sic], Paul Rudd, Danny McBride, Jamie Kennedy, Jason Segal & Courteney Cox.”

Daniels also cited her surprise cameo last year on a “little TV show called ‘Saturday Night Live.’”

“Too bad I’m not funny or talented enough to try comedy,” she concluded.

Reached for comment on her possible career change, a spokesperson for Daniels laughed off the inquiry. 

"Hahaha you guys are funny, " the rep said. "Stormy has one comedy booking in Houston. That's it."

No word on if the commander in chief will be a part of her schtick, but a website to purchase tickets for the gig states, “Please remember that this is a live performance and adult topics and language are likely to occur.”

—Updated Wednesday at 1:11 p.m. Editor's note: An earlier version of this story incorrectly implied that Daniels would be making multiple stand-up appearances nationwide.