DID YOU KNOW YOUR MATE WAS “THE ONE”? If Priyanka Chopra decided to follow through with judging a book by its cover, she might have never married Nick Jonas! The co-hosts share their stories about the first time they laid eyes on their partner. https://t.co/f8u2wc159S pic.twitter.com/ewmUQBDw8T— The View (@TheView) April 12, 2019
Before marrying Nick Jonas, Priyanka Chopra thought their 10-year age difference was a dealbreaker until she got to know him and realized he had an old soul. Ana thinks age is just a number and you have to judge someone as an individual. Abby talks about how she was immediately attracted to her husband when she first met him.
WENDY WILLIAMS FILES FOR DIVORCE: After months of speculation and rumors, Wendy Williams filed for divorce from her husband of over 20 years – the co-hosts discuss and send the talk show mogul their support. https://t.co/f8u2wc159S pic.twitter.com/aSyoQTNNgZ— The View (@TheView) April 12, 2019
The co-hosts wish Wendy well. Meghan feels sorry for Wendy especially because so much of her business is tied to her husband. Sunny talks about how Wendy helped her move up in her career since she used to be the "legal eagle" on her radio show. Sunny thinks that Wendy might need to start over and make it "The Wendy Show" or "The How You Doin' Show" instead. Ana says that divorces are tough and she advises everyone to get a prenup.
KIM K PLANNING TO BECOME A LAWYER: The reality star and business woman recently revealed she is studying to become a lawyer without going to law school. The co-hosts weigh in on her latest career path. https://t.co/f8u2wc159S pic.twitter.com/q8PqLurwAG— The View (@TheView) April 12, 2019
Joy jokes that Kim's first two clients should be Michael Avenatti and Lori Loughlin. Ana thinks it's great that Kim is trying to show that she's not just a pretty face and praises her for getting Trump to give Alice Marie Johnson clemency. Sunny doesn't think there should be shortcuts in life and she takes being a lawyer very seriously. Joy says she should just go back to school since she's young enough.
David thinks people trying to put him or Idris Elba or another actor of color in the role of James Bond is indicative of how things are changing in the industry. He think it's fantastic.
.@hollyrpeete shares how her new program RJ’s Place helps those with autism like her son "with a real specific focus on finding jobs": "They are not only employable; they can be your best employees.” https://t.co/f8u2wc159S pic.twitter.com/fwYGIr5qxV— The View (@TheView) April 12, 2019
Holly Robinson Peete talks about people with autism finding jobs. She advises people to be nice to families with special needs.
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