Amanda Bynes wants to return to acting and is now three-years sober
10 June, 2017, 09:15
She's been sewing and she loves it.
The actress, by the way, hasn't hung up her acting career just yet.
"Other than that, I hike, I go spinning - take spinning classes - and I feed the homeless".
It seems like Bynes has an unfulfilled ache for at least part of her past, though. "She is focusing on her very own fashion line which is shaping up to be unbelievable", Bynes' attorney Tamar Arminak told ABC News in April 2016.
"I do miss acting, and I have something surprising to tell you: I'm going to start acting again", the former Nickelodeon star admitted, according to a report by Hollywood Life on June 9. An excited Bynes stated.thatshe can now make her own patterns and has future plans to start her own clothing line. We wish Amanda all the best and can't wait to see her back in action. She was smoking a lot of marijuana at the time. The actress' lawyer says she has since fully complied with all conditions of her probation.
While the host laughs off the answer, both of them continue to share their admiration for Drake, with Bynes referring to him as "hot".
While Bynes is now three years sober, she's had to overcome some big demons from her past. "It just means, like, 'F*ck me, Drake!'".
She was also arrested for a string of driving violations including driving under the influence and two hit-and-runs which were eventually dismissed. It was reported thatshe was tweeting under the name Ashley Banks using the handle @PersianLa27.
"What's it like to get your vagina murdered?" asks Madison. Bynes was quick to say thatshe was the one who copied what Blac Chyna was doing. Though later, she did rank them and pals Selena Gomez, Miley Cyrus, and Demi Lovato in terms of hotness. In August 2016 she returned to her Twitter account, which had largely been dormant, to update fans on her life.
While talking with Madison, Bynes shared how she has been sober now for three years. She really liked that!
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