While talking about the confidence he and Daniels have in their case against Trump lawyer Michael Cohen and the non-disclosure agreement she signed that they allege is fake, Avenatti told Kelly that there is much more from that "60 Minutes" interview that did not air.
"'60 Minutes' and CBS, as you know, they are a conservative network," Avenatti said. "They play it very close to the vest. For instance, she can describe the President's genitalia in great detail. That did not make it."
Kelly immediately tried to shut the image out of her mind, saying, "We don't need to hear that! My eyes!" She wasn't alone in this sentiment, with both Fallon and Meyers echoing her horror on their respective shows.
"The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon"
Fallon played the clip of Avenatti telling Kelly that his porn star client can describe the First Penis "in great detail." After a few moments where he looked uncomfortably around, Fallon added, "And then Americans were like please give her some more hush money. Please. We're begging you. We've heard enough. The children are listening!"
After a beat, he smiled to the camera and joked, "Believe me, nobody wants to hear a description of Trump's pole numbers."
Then, as a sort of palette cleanser, he shifted gears slightly to talk about Trump's meeting with the leaders of Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania. "Until that meeting Trump thought Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania were cast members on 'Real Housewives.' He was like, 'Do you know Melania?'"
"Late Night with Seth Meyers"
NBC's other late-night star was thinking about the First Lady, as well, but he hadn't yet been able to shake Avenatti's words (threat?) to Kelly. "The lawyer for adult film star Stormy Daniels said in a new interview that Daniels can describe President Trump's genitalia in great detail," he said. "Though frankly, I'd be a lot more surprised if Melania can." He then added in a faux accent, "It's a little worm?"
Echoing Fallon's sentiment about Daniels herself, Meyers joked that after hearing she could describe Trump's junk in detail, "Now everybody wants her to sign a non-disclosure agreement."
He then took a moment to speculate on what it means to be able to do that, anyway. "How crazy does it look if you can describe it in great detail?" he wondered. "I can't describe mine in great detail. It's ... normal?"