Amanda Bynes claims she is having cosmetic surgery to improve her appearance because she is in love with a mystery man and wants to look good for their wedding.
Amanda Bynes claims she is having cosmetic surgery to look good for her wedding.
The 'Easy A' actress, who was recently charged with attempted evidence tampering, reckless endangerment and marijuana possession, and is set to appear in court again next Tuesday (09.07.13), has revealed she is in love with a mystery man and is having a series of surgeries to remove ''webbing'' between her eyes and nose so she can look good for their special day.
The 27-year-old troubled starlet tweeted: ''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, who has sparked concern because of her erratic behaviour in recent months, also said she is finally over her on/off crush Drake, who she tweets about several times a day.
She wrote on Wednesday (03.07.13): ''Drake is ugly,'' and minutes later added: ''Drake is not the one for me, but I'm sure he'll make someone happy.''
The actress's fourth nose job had to be rescheduled on Saturday (29.06.13) until later this week and she hinted that she plans to go under the knife for a few more procedures as part of her dramatic makeover.
The former Nickelodeon star, who recently revealed she had her breast implants removed, tweeted: ''I plan of having surgery on my whole face straight up. I love surgery.''
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