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Amanda Bynes Dyes Gentle

Amanda Bynes

Amanda Bynes tweeted “Merry Christmas” on December 25. Such a calm post for such a troubled star, with her several arrest and time in a psychiatric hospital. However, her hair color change, this time brown rather than platinum blonde and purple, may be a sign she wants a calmer existence, according to I don’t mean to imply being a brunette means sanity. There are plenty of unstable people of any haircolor, but some, according to bustle, see it as a sign of hope.

Bynes hit a wall when her career seemed to lack the luster of her years at Nickolodeon in a show called “All That, ” “Dear Ashley, ” and “The Amanda Show.” After that, there we films like “What a Girl Wants” “She’s the Man” and “Easy A.” Not long ago, she said she was going to study fashion design, but got expelled from  Irvine’s Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising.

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Amanda might be trying to find her way after tweeting invectives against other celebrities and her family. According to reports, she has been told to take up yoga and reading for stress, and maybe that is helping. Her parents, a Jewish mother and a Catholic father, are even allowing the 28 year old celebrity partial access to her bank accounts again.



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