Hilton tweeted that he wanted "an apology and an on-air correction/retraction!" after KTLA reported he had forgone his interview.
"Perez said we lied about what happened here, and he demanded a retraction...Well demand this you talentless dope, here is what really happened," KTLA anchor Sam Rubin said.
"We had a children's choir on right at 9 o'clock. Perez said rather than wait his rightful turn, the other guests you know they were here when they were supposed to be here, he needed to work on his blog. We offered Perez the use of our entire KTLA newsroom, even my luxury office, so he could work here. Perez was adamant that that would not due. Perez said he wanted to leave and would be happy to visit us via Skype. You know what, maybe I could Skype in from my home every day, too," he continued.
You asked to be here, we promoted here as being here, do what you agreed to do and be here," the anchor admonished.
"We did not misrepresent what happened with Perez yesterday and he knows it. And guess what, KTLA morning news and yours truly have been here long before Perez Hilton upchucked his way onto the scene and we will be here long after he slithers away," he said.
Rubin told the audience that Perez's publicist asked for the gossiper to be booked again. His response? "Absolutely, when hell freezes over."