Playboy gave Amanda Bynes an offer that she obviously could refuse, but it had nothing to do with her ditching her clothes for a pictorial. She actually turned down their offer to be a part of their radio show. She actually probably would have accepted a spread in their magazine though – after her next nose job, of course.
Playboy Radio offered Amanda a guest co-host spot by tweeting, “Seriously, Amanda - we want you to co-host our afternoon show for a day. Please DM your info.” But then it turned out that they didn’t just want her for an afternoon, they wanted her full-time!
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Surprisingly though, Amanda turned down their offer because she’s a bit too busy working on her album. Yes, you read that right – her album. She told TMZ, “I want to [do the show]. But I can’t because I’m record an album! I’ll go on their show for an interview when I’m promoting my album.”
Apparently Amanda’s be ever-so busy working on her “album” and going under the knife to correct her nose, for whatever reason. But one person who knows a thing or two about cosmetic surgery is giving her some advice – former super model Janice Dickison.
“She’s old enough to do whatever she wants. But if you’re going to do it, do it right and get great doctors,” Janice told Celebuzz.
Amanda expressed her desire to get another nose job after her mug shot from her drug possession arrest circulated a couple weeks ago – even though her nose looked perfectly fine to the rest of us. She told TMZ that she has gone under the knife a second time and is planning yet another trip in the coming weeks. “I have no bandage on. It’s healing on its own like my doctor asked,” she said. “I’m getting one more in three weeks, they are short amazing surgeries done while I’m awake but under general anesthesia. It’s almost perfect.”
Janice’s reinforced her advice, adding “Go to someone who specializes and is qualified in doing noses.”
What do you think about Amanda working on an album?
And what about her addiction to plastic surgery?