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The "Dad Bod," Sex Ed, Willie Nelson, and Ciara on "The View"

By Steve Dove | May 6th, 2015

Co-hosts Whoopi Goldberg and Nicolle Wallace and guest co-hosts Joy Behar, Jeff Garlin and Raven Symone talk about the double standard of the "dad bod," the importance of sex education and Mike Huckabee's announcement that he is running for President of the United States. Later, country music legend Willie Nelson stopped by The View to talk about his new album, "Django and Jimmy" and memoir "It's a Long Story." Then, Ciara came by to talk about her new album, "Jackie" as well as being a new mom.

Hot Topic: Dad Bod Double Standard
The View co-hosts talk about the double standard of the “dad bod,” where men are seemingly given permission to let themselves go, while women are expected to maintain perfect bodies.

 

Hot Topic: World’s Sexiest
The co-hosts discuss a recent poll that showed Americans find Armenian women and Irish men to be the most sexy.

Hot Topic: From Bad to Curse
Mike Huckabee has announced that he’s running for President of the United States, but the co-host Whoopi Goldberg takes issue with some of his comments. First they discuss his strong words about women in New York who curse, then cover his position on Beyonce.

Hot Topic: Class Backwards
The co-hosts talk about the importance of sex education after news broke that a high school in Texas with an abstinence-only curriculum has an outbreak of chlamydia.

Willie Nelson Visits The View
Country legend Willie Nelson visits The View to talk about his new album with Merle Haggard called Django and Jimmy and his new memoir called It’s a Long Story. Whoopi Goldberg asks Willie about creating his own brand of legalized marijuana.

Ciara Chats on The View
Music superstar Ciara chats with Nicolle Wallace and Raven Symone about what it was like visiting the White House, what it’s been like being a new mom, and her new album, Jackie.

To see today's guest co-host Jeff Garlin live:

Carolines On Broadway; New York City
May 7 - 10; Ticket info: http://bit.ly/1F4nCL5

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