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Sherri Shepherd Returns, Maria Bello on New Book "Whatever," Co-hosts Begin 22-Day Revolution and "Fun Home" Performance on "The View"

By Marisa Dabney | May 29th, 2015

Co-hosts Whoopi GoldbergRosie PerezNicolle Wallace and guest co-hosts Sherri Shepherd, Raven-Symoné and Paula Faris.

Hot Topic: Marry, Marry Quite Contrary
"The View" co-hosts talk about how married women are using Tinder to cheat on their spouses. Raven-Symone thinks it may be an option for women who cannot afford a divorce and Sherri admits she knows how expensive divorces can be.

Hot Topic: Baby Maybe?
New research shows millennials are in no rush to have kids. Raven-Symone disagrees stating that she wants kids now. Sherri Shepherd tells her she can have 1 or 2 of her kids.

Hot Topic: BF vs. BFF
"The View" co-hosts agree that you should heavily value your best friends because they will always be there for you.  Sherri Shepherd says If she had listened to her friends she wouldn't have all these lawyers around her right now. 

Maria Bello on her Book "Whatever...Love is Love"
Actress Maria Bello tells “The View” co-hosts that the inspiration for her book "Whatever... Love is Love" came from her son. The book deals with not labeling yourself or your relationship.

The 22-Day Revolution: Designed to Give You Your Best Body
“The View” co-hosts prepare for the 22-Day Revolution with an overview of the health plan that got pop stars like Beyonce in great shape. This plant based diet is designed to reset eating habits and create a more sustainable and healthy diet. It includes recipes with easy to find ingredients and the meals can be made in minutes.

Musical Performance from "Fun Home"
Tony nominated Actor Michael Cerveris talks about the new and buzzed about Broadway show he stars in called "Fun Home." The show was recently nominated for 12 Tony Awards and is based on a graphic memoir.

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