Amanda Bynes recently opened up about her young stardom and more recent struggles in a cover story for Paper magazine. In fact, the year-old revealed in a new cover story for Paper magazine that her famous role as Viola Hastings had a negative effect on her mental health. Bynes also opened up to Paper about achieving stardom at a very young age, plus her subsequent struggles in more recent years. BreaktheInternet: Amanda Bynes.
Amanda Bynes says dressing as a boy in She's The Man led to depression
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Amanda Bynes is back—and looking better than ever. The year-old star was photographed on Wednesday in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, where she was showing off her bangin' bikini bod in a bright green two-piece. The blond beauty flaunted her toned and trim figure in a strapless swimsuit, proving her frequent trips to the gym have clearly been paying off. Bynes, who celebrated her 28th birthday on Thursday , enjoyed a day at the pool while on vacation with her parents, Rick and Lynn Bynes. The recently rehabbed star appeared healthy and happy as she soaked up the sun while spending a low-key day at the beachside getaway.
By Annita Katee For Dailymail. But Amanda Bynes has now revealed that seeing herself dressed as a boy in She's The Man led her to a 'deep depression for months'. In her first major interview since her public breakdown in , the year-old revealed to Paper magazine it was her first time admitting to anyone that the 'super-strange and out-of-body experience' role left her with a mental illness. Visit site. The preppy grey design is punctuated with stripes of red and green and is the perfect piece to transition from the office to an evening out.
The actress, 32, revealed the role left her in a "deep depression" as she also opened up on her mental health battle following her very public breakdown in Giving her first serious interview since the ordeal, the former child star told PAPER magazine that the teen romcom, which saw the Amanda pose as a boy for many scenes, sparked deep insecurities. She confessed: "When the movie came out and I saw it. I went into a deep depression for months because I didn't like how I looked when I was a boy.