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Body Image, One Lucky Dog and Joshua Malina from "Scandal"

By The View | Jan 23rd, 2015

Co-hosts Rosie O'Donnell, Nicolle Wallace and guest co-hosts Stacy London and Mario Cantone discuss Hot Topics including a body image and self-esteem.

Hot Topic: Body Beautiful
The View Co-hosts discuss body image and how the way you look impacts the way you feel.

"The View" Co-hosts Discuss Body Image|Hot Topic: Body Beautiful|"The View" Co-hosts discuss body image as it relates to fashion, weight and self-esteem.

 

Hot Topic: Lucky Dog!
Rose Ann Bolasny drafted her will to include giving her one million dollar home to her dog, Bella Mia, instead of her two adults sons.

Woman Leaves Million Dollar Home to Her Dog Instead of Sons|Woman Leaves Everything to Her Dog in Will|Rose Ann Bolasny drafted her will to include giving her one million dollar home to her dog, Bella Mia, instead of her two adults sons.

 

Crafty U: Candles
Rosie O'Donnell Takes Mario Cantone to Crafty U where they make candles.

Rosie O. Takes Mario Cantone to Crafty U|Crafty U: Sand Candles|Rosie O'Donnell Takes Mario Cantone to Crafty U where they make sand candles.

 

Scandal Actor Joshua Malina
Joshua Malina recounts the tense Scandal storyline when his character David almost died. He also talks about working with Aaron Sorkin.

Joshua Malina Talks "Scandal" on "The View"|"Scandal" Actor Joshua Malina|Joshua Malina recounts the tense "Scandal" storyline when his character, David, almost died. He also talks about working with Aaron Sorkin.

 

Sherri VandenAkker on her film My Name Was Bette: The Life and Death of an Alcoholic
Sherri VandenAkker made the documentary film, My Name Was Bette: The Life and Death of an Alcoholic, to bring meaning to her mother's death from alcoholism.

Sherri VandenAkker Discusses Her Documentary “My Name Was Bette: The Life and Death of an Alcoholic”|Sherri VandenAkker on her film "My Name Was Bette"|Sherri VandenAkker made the documentary film, “My Name Was Bette: The Life and Death of an Alcoholic,” to bring meaning to her mother's death from alcoholism.

 

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