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Madonna Wants White House Invitation, Ted Cruz is a Natural-born U.S. Citizen and Guests Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Tim Gunn

By Marisa Dabney | Mar 24th, 2015

Co-hosts Whoopi Goldberg, Rosie Perez, Nicolle Wallace  and guest co-hosts Alana de la Garza (ABC’s “Forever”) and Joy Behar discuss the latest hot topics including Madonna dissing Kim K and Beyoncé over White House invitation.

Hot Topic: Mad Madge
Madonna wants an invite to the White House and has no shame in dissing Kim Kardashian and Beyoncé in order to get it. She wonders in an Us Weekly interview if she is has not been invited because she is too shocking. She also pokes the BeyHive by stating she could secure an invite by marrying Jay-Z.

Hot Topic: The Born Identity
Although he was born in Canada, Republican Senator Ted Cruz's mother was born in the U.S. which makes him a natural-born citizen and eligible to run for President. This should quell birther arguments. However, does it say something about the Republican Presidential candidate, when considering his citizenship status, that he did not stop birther fight against President Obama.

Hot Topic: Breaking Mad
Jon Hamm admits it has been challenging to play Don Draper on "Mad Men" and Bryan Cranston from "Breaking Bad" gave him some advice on letting go as the show comes to an end.

Hot Topic: On the Mo'ne
Joey Casselbury was dismissed from the Bloomberg University Baseball team after insulting 13-year-old Mo'ne Davis. The insult came via twitter after news broke that Disney would be making a project about the teen baseball phenomenon, Mo'ne. Showing dignity, grace and maturity Mo'ne asked the University to reinstate the player who has worked hard to earn his spot.

Guest Jesse Tyler Ferguson
"Modern Family" star Jesse Tyler Ferguson talks about two years of marriage, helping his co-stars on the red carpet and how spring cleaning is helping his allergies.

Guest Tim Gunn
Tim Gunn, well known for his mentoring work on "Project Runway," talks about his new book, "The Natty Professor," which is about teaching. It also touches upon his beef with Anna Wintour.

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