Amanda Bynes CANCELS first public appearance after 8-year-long conservatorship ends
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Amanda Bynes will not reunite with the rest of the 'All That' group at '90s Con on March 18 due to an unknown illness. The 36-year-old actress, who had previously expressed her desire to reunite with her former Nickelodeon co-stars at the event, was forced to cancel at the last minute.
This would have been her first public appearance after her eight-year conservatorship ended in March 2022. She was scheduled to attend the reunion alongside Kenan Thompson, Kel Mitchell, Danny Tamberelli and Lori Beth Denberg.
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Bynes has not yet made her health issues public, but just two months ago she said she was "really excited" to reunite with her "castmates" and "meet the fans" 23 years after the original show ended, Daily Mail reports. The actress starred in the sketch comedy show with Mitchell, 44, Tamberelli, 40, and Denberg, 46, from 1996 to 2000.
The first season of the television series 'All That' by Brian Robbins and Mike Tollin ran for ten years, from April 16, 1994 to October 22, 2005, on Nickelodeon. The show, dubbed 'SNL for Kids,' featured musical performers and short comedic sketches. The show's 11th season, revived in 2019 with Mitchell returning to the cast and original cast member Kenan Thompson as executive producer, premiered in June of that year. The final episode of the series aired December 17, 2020, after the pandemic Covid-19 forced a production halt.
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It helped Bynes enter the decade of romantic comedies in the 2000s before the troubled actress decided to give acting a break. In July 2022, Bynes and her fiancé Paul Michael called off their engagement, but reportedly reconciled in August. They are now reportedly back together at Amanda's home in Los Angeles. Even though Bynes and her ex-fiance have reconciled, their engagement is still reportedly not finalized. According to sources close to the celebrity, the couple started dating simply after they called off their engagement in the summer.
Bynes was released from her mother Lynn's nine-year formal conservatorship in March 2022. After a public nervous breakdown involving a series of strange legal battles dating back to 2012, Amanda Bynes was involuntarily committed to a Pasadena psychiatric facility in 2013, marking the beginning of her conservatorship. Bynes' offenses included two hit-and-run accidents, a DUI and a 2013 arrest for throwing a bong out a 36th-floor window of her Manhattan apartment.