Amanda Bynes 'Unretires,' America Heaves Sigh of 'Unrelief'
Amanda Bynes 'Unretires,' America Heaves Sigh of 'Unrelief'
Meghan Carlson
Meghan Carlson
Senior Writer, BuddyTV
After what must have been an awkward phone call to the Social Security office, Amanda Bynes, 24, star of She's The Man and What A Girl Wants, has officially ("via Twitter" = "officially") unretired from acting a mere five weeks after announcing her retirement the same way.

During her month of retirement, in between speed walking in monochromatic track suits and toying with the idea of starting a homemade birdhouse business out of her home, did Ms. Bynes look at our Amanda Bynes Career Retrospective, and realize that hers is a unique and yet-untapped talent that Hollywood still wants, nay, needs on its movie screens and payroll?

We can't say for sure, but: Yes, almost definitely.

Are you excited to hear Amanda is back in the movie- and TV-show-making 'biz, or crestfallen that she won't actually spend the rest of her days bird watching and baking her imaginary grandchildren chocolate chip cookies?

Audiences who need their Bynes fix ASAP can next see her in Easy A, the story of a girl who lies and exploits the rumor mill to get attention and gain notoriety (Wow, THAT SOUNDS FAMILIAR in the context of this article), coming out this September:




(Image courtesy of WENN)

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