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Amanda Bynes: On the mend

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Amanda Bynes, 27, the former Nickelodeon star, has been spotted going to the gym for a workout shortly after her stay in a rehab facility where she spent about a half-year, according to WebProNews on Thursday.

A week ago, Bynes was seen in Los Angeles, California where she was given a ride by her father Rick Bynes to a gym. She also was seen going over to a gas station where she purchased Zig Zag cigarette rolling papers.

Looking ready to work out, she sported a pair of black cropped workout leggings, a graphically-printed white T-shirt, and black gym shoes.

After the stint at the gym, she was seen being picked up by a friend. The next day, she returned to the gym and the same gas station in the same outfit via a ride from her mother Lynn. That day, she reportedly was using the elliptical machine.

Besides the said-outfit, she was wearing huge sunglasses and a blond wig. It appears that she is doing away with a large tattoo off angel wings on her right arm.

Regarding the trips to the gym, Amanda is reportedly quite interested in getting healthier – according to the owner of Miracles Fitness Retreat where Amanda stayed for a time. She wants to get in better shape, lose a few pounds, and mainly strengthen up and eat healthier.

All in all, it appears as Amanda is on the mend.

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