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Joy Behar Announces Performance Dates, Molly Sims Talks New Book and CoolScultping and Anything Can Be Project Gives Cancer Patient a Makeover and on "The View"

By Marisa Dabney | Sep 25th, 2015

On the September 25th, 2015 episode of "The View," a young cancer patient named Alexa gets a rock star makeover and photo shoot with the help of the Anything Can Be project.  Plus, co-host Joy Behar announces her next comedy performance dates and Molly Sims talks about her book "The Everyday Supermodel" and how CoolSculpt helped her lose baby weight.

Joy Behar will be performing live LIVE tomorrow night at the Whitaker Center in Harrisburg, PA! For tickets, visit: bit.ly/1G7zszH. She will also be performing live October 11th at the Lucille Ball Comedy Festival in Jamestown, NY! For tickets, visit: bit.ly/1OyGeGw. Right now you can watch Joy discussing the latest Hot Topics below:

Molly Sims, a contributor on "The View," talks about her struggle to get back in shape after gaining eighty pounds during her pregnancy. Molly recently wrote a New York Times bestselling book called "The Everyday Supermodel" in which she explains how CoolSculpting helped her get rid of the extra baby weight. For more information on CoolSculpting visit coolsculpting.com.

Molly Sims On Her Book 'The Everyday Supermodel' and CoolSculpting|Molly Sims talks about her book The Everyday Supermodel and CoolSculpting.|Molly Sims, a contributor on "The View," talks about her struggle to get back in shape after gaining eighty pounds during her pregnancy. Molly recently wrote a New York Times bestselling book called "The Everyday Supermodel" in which she explains how CoolSculpting helped her get rid of the extra baby weight.

Alexa, an 11 year old bone cancer patient, is surprised with a rock star makeover from "The View" co-host Raven-Symone and the Anything Can Be project.  The Anything Can Be project takes pediatric cancer patients' dreams and brings them to life through photography.  Photographer Jon Diaz has published a book called “True Heroes” featuring some of these photographs from the project.  Alexa’s parents also take time to thank her for bringing their family together.  For more information on the Anything Can Be project, please visit anythingcanbeproject.com

'The View' Gives Young Cancer Patient Alexa a Rock Star Makeover|Alexa gets a surprise makeover as she bravely battles cancer.|Alexa, an 11 year old bone cancer patient, is surprised with a rock star makeover from "The View" co-host Raven-Symone and the ?Anything Can Be? project. The ?Anything Can Be? project takes pediatric cancer patients dreams and brings them to life through photography. Photographer Jon Diaz has published a book ?True Heroes? featuring some of these photographs from the project. Alexa?s parents also thank her for bringing their family together.

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