Amanda Bynes Job Offer Reportedly Already Refused

Elaine Radford - Author
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Oct. 29 2016, Updated 7:36 a.m. ET

The Amanda Bynes job offer rumors may be a false alarm, disappointing fans who might have wanted to see if Bynes can rant as well live as she does on Twitter.

According to multiple sources including TMZ, Playboy Radio offered Amanda Bynes a job as a guest host on Tuesday. The TMZ report is even bigger, stating that Bynes had been offered a one-week trial with an option to extend the show for a year.

Playboy radio host Bob Guiney was reportedly extremely enthusiastic about the idea: “We should give Amanda a full two hours Bynedamonium marathon!”

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In recent days since her arrest and very public meltdown, Amanda Bynes has slammed everyone from Rihanna to Lance Bass to her own father. Sometimes the Twitter rants have been so extended that she’s made use of the Twitplus feature so that she can expound even more on whatever has merited her latest displeasure.

And when she isn’t calling out somebody else for being ugly, she’s busy criticizing her own looks, especially her nose. Although most fans focused on the bald head revealed in the unflattering mugshot, Bynes focused on her nose and said that she’d gotten work done on it — and might get more.

Considering how outspoken Amanda Bynes is, the job offer might seem like a natural. She could be 2013’s answer to Howard Stern.

According to MSN’s Celebrity Buzz, an unnamed insider said Playboy was even going to provide a driver to take Amanda Bynes to and from work.

However, they’re also reporting that the eccentric Bynes has already turned down the job offer, saying that she wants to focus on developing a career in rap.

TMZ has received the same information. Amanda Bynes said of the job offer: “I can’t [do the show] because I’m recording an album.”

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[Amanda Bynes photo by s_bukley / Shutterstock.com]

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