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Amanda Bynes is running out of people to call ugly. After directing the go-to insult at everyone from Zac Efron to her own mother, the former actress has entered the political sphere -- declaring Barack and Michelle Obama's hotness inferior to her own. Here's what Bynes, 27, tweeted on Monday:
Barack Obama and Michelle Obama are ugly!— Amanda Bynes (@AmandaBynes) July 8, 2013
At this point, Amanda is like a kid who keeps getting into trouble to get her parents' attention. Except her parents are the media, and her method is pathetically calling good-looking people "ugly" on Twitter. She must have thought that insulting the Obamas would take things to a whole new level. Who's next? Vladimir Putin? Pope Francis? Angelina Jolie? What about religious figures? Or fictional characters? The possibilities are endless! There's even a flow chart to help her out.
Obviously, Amanda Bynes has problems that extend far beyond her petty Twitter bullying. On Tuesday morning she reported to court -- in a blue wig, tank top, sweatpants and sneakers -- to face charges that she threw a bong out her window in May (the judge continued the case to Aug. 26). Her recent behavior has often been frightening and delusional; she declared last week that people were "illegally" reading her mind. But her obsession with appearances crops up time and again. She brags about her ongoing plastic surgeries and desire to weigh exactly 100 pounds. (If her Twitter is to be believed, she lost 7 pounds in 4 days this week. Not okay.) She seems to think love and hotness are exclusively connected, as she writes in this tweet:
I Need To Have Surgery To Look Beautiful For The Man I'm In Love With So I Feel Comfortable With The Way I Look When We Get Married— Amanda Bynes (@AmandaBynes) July 3, 2013
All we can think is that Amanda Bynes' brain must be a scary place to be right now. We'd like to see her get help, but more likely, she'll just keep calling people ugly -- until it stops getting our attention, and she has to try something else.