Amanda Bynes returns to Twitter after nearly a year


The 31-year-old has tweeted a rare picture from a night out, and we have to say it - girl looks good. "Dinner with friends at Giarasol", she tweeted with the lips emoji as she posed inside a Los Angeles restaurant.

Prior to that, Bynes starred on Nickelodeon's The Amanda Show as a child before transitioning into films, including What a Girl Wants and Hairspray.

The former child star's followers rushed to compliment her, with one reply reading: "My queen is back" and another fan writing: 'omg u look unbelievable! we stan forever!' She sat at a dinner table with two friends during the outing, and Bynes looked fresh-faced and happy.

Another wrote: "I've been patiently waiting for the glorious day you'd return to Twitter".

Another follower added, "We love you Amanda, everyone wishes the best for you".

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As for public appearances, she was spotted out and about in October of past year most recently.

The All That alum captioned the photo, "Stopping to smell the flowers on a gorgeous Sunday!"

Her last acting project was on Easy A, which was not as successful as her previous titles.

Amanda gave her first interview since 2013 last summer, sitting down with Hollyscoop's Diana Madison and touching upon her plans to return to the spotlight. "Maybe a few guest spots on some shows that I'm a fan of and maybe another TV show where I'm the star of it". It has been a while since she was in anyway active online so her fans were definitely excited to see a piece of her life again.

"I've been going to school lately", Bynes said. "In 2018, she looks forward to completing fashion school and dipping her toe back into acting. I've made patterns and I want to start a clothing line in the future".