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Only two days after Amanda Bynes was put under a 5150 psychiatric hold, it is becoming clear that the former actress has a lot more going on than a penchant for plastic surgery and peculiar tweets. According to TMZ, prosecutors and police are so convinced that Amanda's problems are rooted in mental illness that they do not plan to charge her with trespassing, arson, or any other criminal offenses that she may have committed on Monday night. Sources tell the website that the former Nickelodeon star is reportedly exhibiting signs of schizophrenia and that the doctors are hoping to extend her hold for an additional two weeks to give her a proper diagnosis. Bynes' parents are allegedly already taking action to have a judge put a conservatorship in place so she would be put into their care -- something that had not been an option before because Amanda's actions had not been deemed dangerous. However, Amanda's father told TMZ that it will be on his daughter to pay for the damage she caused in the blaze that she sparked which led to her hospitalization.

New father Channing Tatum announced on his website that a musical adaptation of his movie Magic Mike is officially a go and heading to Broadway. The announcement read, "The show will be produced by Channing Tatum and his partner Reid Carolin, along with the film's director Steven Soderbergh and co-producers Gregory Jacobs and Nick Wechsler. Songs will be written by Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey, the creators of other Tony- and Pulitzer-winning Broadway hits like Next To Normal, and the book will be written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa." It is unknown when the show will debut on the Great White Way.

A Lana Del Rey track has released that appears to be taking shots at Lady Gaga. Digital Spy has reported that the song "So Legit" was said to be recorded back when Del Rey and Gaga shared a manager. The song is also believed to be centered around Gaga's breakout success in 2007/2009.  In the song Del Ray mentions GaGa's birth name Stefani and said, "Stefani, you suck, I know you're selling 20 million / Wish they could have seen you when we booed you off in Williamsburg."

Despite reports, artists like Jay-Z, Rihanna, Alicia Keys and Justin Timberlake are not boycotting Florida following the George Zimmerman verdict. Earlier this week, reports circulated that a list of artists have confirmed that they will be boycotting the state to protest against the George Zimmerman verdict. According to The Huffington Post, most of the artists on the list have confirmed that they will not be involved in the boycott. As of now, the only artists that are confirmed to be boycotting the state of Florida is Stevie Wonder, gospel stars Mary Mary and soul legend Eddie Levert.



Posted on Thursday, July 25, 2013 at 8:44:46 AM
 
 
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