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Louis C.K. SNL Monologue Controversy, Kanye Censored at Billboard Music Awards and Guests Kelly Rutherford and Danai Gurira on "The View"

By Marisa Dabney | May 18th, 2015

Co-hosts Rosie PerezNicolle Wallace and guest co-hosts Joy Behar, Raven-Symoné and Michelle Collins react to controversial performances by Kanye West and Louis C.K.

Hot Topic: The Lease of My Troubles
"The View" co-hosts discuss why couples should not share finances early in a relationship. However, some people get into relationships for the sole purpose of getting a joint account.

Hot Topic: Kanye "Bleeping" West
Kanye West's 2015 Billboard Music Awards performance was censored to the point where the audience could not hear his song "All Day." "The View" guest co-host Michelle Collins says someone was finally able to shut Kanye West up.

Hot Topic:  Louis C.K. in Hot Water
Does satire sometimes go too far? "The View" co-hosts discuss comedian Louis C.K.'s controversial SNL monologue that included jokes about child molestation.

"Gossip Girl" Actress Kelly Rutherford on Six Year Custody Battle
Actress Kelly Rutherford's been involved in a six year custody battle with her German ex-husband. After his Visa expired sending him back overseas to Monaco, a court gave him full custody of their two children in Monaco. Kelly Rutherford is fighting to get them back to the U.S. and even started the Children's Justice Campaign to help give children a voice in these situations.  For more information on Kelly Rutherford’s international custody battle, visit: childrensjusticecampaign.org/

"The Walking Dead" Star Danai Gurira
Actress Danai Gurira explains to "The View" co-hosts why people are fascinated by Zombies, why she loves working with co-star Andrew Lincoln and if Michonne and Rick will become a couple. She also talks about the new ONE campaign called Poverty is Sexist.

Must Have Monday Beauty Extravaganza
Rachel Smith shows off fabulous beauty products available at a discount. 

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