Amanda Bynes’ Ugly List: President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Barack Obama ,Miley Cyrus, Drake, Zac Efron, Jay-Z, Beyonce, Jill McCarthy, Puncture Fish, and Courtney Love. [PHOTOS]

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Amanda Bynes has added the President Barack Obama and First Lady to her ongoing list of "ugly" people. The 27-year-old celebrity criticized Mr. and Mrs. Obama on Tweets Thursday, This summer 8."Barack Barack Obama and Michelle Barack Obama are ugly!" Bynes tweeted.

Amanda Laura Bynes (born April 3, 1986) is an American actress and fashion designer. In the 1990s , she rose to stardom after doing regular cast member on the Nickelodeon television series "All That", "The Amanda Show", and "What I Like About You." Her increasingly irrational behavior has concerned onlookers demanding for someone to help her. Her bizarre behavior has provoked concerns about her physical and mental well-being.

She reached out to the President on Tweets for help in Apr 2012, after she was caught for supposedly driving while drunk and sideswiping a cop's car. "I don't drink. Please fire the cop who caught me," she asked the nation's leader. "I also don't hit and run. The end."

Her Twitter account has been providing entertainment to her 2.7 million followers over the last few months. She frequently tweets photos, attacks rumor stories that are written about her, and updates her followers on her efforts to hit her goal weight of 100 pounds. However, she has been getting a lot of media attention for calling a long list of celebrities "ugly" in tweets that she often ends up deleting also.

She has a long list of superstars whom she is called "ugly" on Tweets, such as Miley Cyrus, Drake, Zac Efron, Jay-Z, Beyonce, Jill McCarthy, Puncture Fish, and Courtney Love. She lately described, "I twitter update what I feel."

It is gruesome and strange world out there, as Amanda is feeling. It might be possible while you are reading this article she may have added any number of names in her 'Ugly' list. May be her bizarre behavior is all an act for generating media hype. Related video:

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