(NEWSER) – Miss Georgia's singing talent may have helped her win the Miss America crown, but it was Miss Colorado who made waves with her monologue about being a nurse. Kelley Johnson, who ended as second runner-up, appeared on stage in nurse's scrubs and spoke about caring for Alzheimer's patients. "I went over to him and I lifted his head up out of his hands.

And I said, 'Joe, I know that this is really hard. But, you are not defined by this disease,'" she said, per ABC Denver. The Alzheimer's Association later thanked Johnson in a tweet, but the ladies of The View weren't wowed. She "came in a nurse's uniform, and basically read emails out loud and shockingly did not win," Michelle Collins said during a segmentMonday. "I swear to God it was hilarious." Joy Behar next commented, "Why does she have a doctor's stethoscope around her neck?"

One look at The View's Facebook page shows numerous demands for an apology, most using the hashtag #NursesUnite, per the Coloradoan

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Posted by Krystal Pendergraft on Monday, September 14, 2015

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