Amanda Bynes Is About to Embark on a Singing Career, ApparentlyBy Noisey Staff
Tucked into the end of an interview with the tabloid InStyle, noted human car crash/Twitter user Amanda Bynes is planning on recording an album at some point after her nonstop stream of selfies has concluded. The 27 year-old former child star has caused quite a stir in the past few months with reports of her getting kicked out of a spin class for working out only wearing a bra, walking through Times Square with a sheet over her face, tweeting that she wants Drake to murder her vagina, and also using the social media service to complain that tabloids are using old, pre-plastic surgery photos of her.
In the interview, Bynes expressed frustration that her critics were painting her as crazy, saying, "I have no clue [why people say I’m insane]. Every time I’ve heard it, it came from an ugly person’s mouth, so I don’t care," COOL, AMANDA BYNES. Bynes also clarified that she "only (has) hot friends," and that she's "allergic to alcohol." At the end of the piece, Bynes drops seemingly out of nowhere, "I’ll design clothes and sing because I want to, not because I need the money. I love singing and I can’t wait to start working on an album.”
If she's not bullshitting us, it's probably going to be more interesting than Lindsay Lohan's music than less than this.
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