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'Nashville' sneak peek for ‘Crazy’ as Rayna’s life plays out on 'The View'

'Nashville' sneak peek for ‘Crazy’ as Rayna’s life plays out on 'The View'
'Nashville' sneak peek for ‘Crazy’ as Rayna’s life plays out on 'The View'
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ABC released a sneak peek for tonight’s episode “Crazy” on “Nashville” that incorporates the cast of another ABC show, “The View” according to a April 1 report on Entertainment Weekly, the morning talk show will be dissecting Rayna James’ love life and love child, Maddie.

In the clip, Rayna (Connie Britton) gets a call from her manager, Bucky, alerting her to the fact that her family drama is being discussed by the ladies of “The View.” She is stunned because she told Maddie to take that video down and Maddie assured her mom that she had.

Yet, there on the morning television in full color and Dolby sound, is a clip of the video in which Maddie announces she is going to play a song she wrote with her father. Co-host Sherri Shepherd calls the news a ‘dirty little secret’ and refers to Maddie as a ‘love child.’ She goes on to explain that Maddie posted the video using the last name of her mom’s old boyfriend, even though her father is supposedly the mayor of Nashville. Barbara Walters, Whoopi Goldberg and Jenny McCarthy are also in on the discussion, much to Rayna’s chagrin.

Here’s ABC’s full synopsis for episode 2x19:

“In Nashville episode 219 "Crazy," Maddie's news goes viral and stirs a media frenzy including being a "Hot Topic" on "The View," and the real-life ladies of "The View"--Whoopi Goldberg, Sherri Shepherd, Jenny McCarthy and Barbara Walters guest-star as themselves. Rayna tries to manage the fallout by going on "Good Morning America" and real-life anchor Robin Roberts guest stars as herself. When Juliette faces more empty seats on her tour, she reaches out to Charlie Wentworth (Charlie Bewley) for a favor, and Scarlett's mother, Beverly (Dana Wheeler-Nicolson), surprises her daughter in San Francisco, but things do not go well.”

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