This sh*t's bananas! B-A-N-A-N-A-S!
According to sources, they just signed a contract with rocker grrrl Gwen Stefani!!!!
Within the past 24 hours, the latest headlines surrounding Amanda Bynes have become a storm of vicious scandal and questions.
Scandal is nothing new here.
But we were SHOCKED to see the conditions InTouch reported she was living in. Amanda is of course denying their photographs, claiming they're all fake because the toes on who is supposed to be her are obviously not her perfect, pedicured lil' piggie-wiggies.
Still, there's something else that's troubling here…
As we've pointed out in the past, Amanda likes to defend herself by aggressively calling those she perceives as her 'haters' ugly.
We're all used to people using the 'oh the haters are just jealous' argument to justify themselves, but time after time Amanda takes it even further and denounces the legitimacy of anyone who questions her lifestyle with UGLY.
And we have to wonder why.
Take her latest tweet to us for example.
"@PerezHilton: the only thing sadder than your ugly face still writing stories about me is the fact that you think I'd even step foot in a room with that ugly faced black man."
Not only is she teetering on the line of racism with the second half of the tweet, she's STILL using 'ugly' as her weapon of choice! Her rants at the InTouch editor included the same aggression.
Has her notion of beauty consumed her whole? Is this the real cause behind the drastic change in her behavior?
Not only are we constantly seeing tweets of her applying make-up or hearing about extensions, she pleads and pleads with the media to only use her self-approved Twitter selfies, as she thinks any paparazzi photo sheds her in a negative light… physically.
But as far as ugly goes, Amanda, the least fabulous thing anyone can do is always based in their behavior — not their physical appearance.
We really think you should take the necessary time to reflect on the choices you've been making and reevaluate how you're living your life, because we honestly feel like you could be thriving to the fullest with the proper care.
[Image via Twitter.]