Amanda Bynes Returns to Twitter, Shares Photos
In the last year, the name "Amanda Bynes" became inexorably tied to the word "Twitter." She retired from acting via tweet last June, unretired on Twitter a month later, then finally deleted her account in September 2010.
Now Bynes is tweeting again (on a not-yet-verified account quickly racking up followers), and aside from a quick "I'm back!!!!! tell everyone!!!!!!" and a few Perez Hilton mentions, she's solely posted a slew of TwitPics (see above). The photos aren't your standard celebrity fare, though -- we're talking rhinestone-embellished starfish, condiment art and extra-wonky mirror shots. Get a sampling here >>
After a quick shot of her dog and herself, Amanda was off to the races with a rhinestone showcase. First her computer, then this, "a starfish i rhinestoned":
Bynes then updated concerned fans on the state of "my bellybutton ring yesterday":
And then what she looked like "four days ago" -- sort of?
Followed by this, with no context:
More to come, we're sure.
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