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The adored former actress has returned! She will participate in a panel and cast reunion for “All That” at a future convention.
Since her conservatorship expired, Amanda Bynes is about to make her first official public appearance. The hilarious actress, 36, will take part in the All That cast reunion at the 90s CON event in Hartford, Connecticut, according to Variety.
From March 17 to 19, Amanda will take part in the reunion and a panel discussion alongside Kel Mitchell, Lori Beth Denberg, and Danny Tamberelli. The outrageous Nickelodeon sketch comedy program ran for an astonishing ten seasons, from 1994 to 2005.
There would also be meet and greet chances, a statement from the convention reportedly read, according to Variety. “The All That cast will be available for guests to meet and greet with for signatures, selfies, and official picture opportunities. Additionally, there will be a chance for cast members to pose for pictures with you on a reproduction of the famous orange couch.
Amanda said, “I’m incredibly happy to reunite with my cast mates and greet the fans at 90’s Con!,” as Kel praised the convention’s overall “90s vibe.” “I had a great time at ’90s Con last year promoting my book and new track ‘Blessed Mode,'” Kel remarked.
“With the All That group, what better way to go back… Amanda Bynes will be joining Danny, Lori Beth, and I this year, among others. I’m excited to see how many 90s outfits the fans will be wearing this year! The entire vibe is 90s Con! Let’s move!
There will probably be a lot of fan devotion and a few inquiries regarding the last ten years in response to Amanda’s appearance. On March 22, 2022, the Easy A actress was released from a repressive judicial conservatorship involving her mother.
After almost ten years of the complicated arrangement, which started in July 2013 after the actress was charged with DUI, she is now in command of her own life decisions and finances. Later on, those accusations were abandoned.
“I would want to thank my followers for their support and best wishes during this difficult period, and I appreciate them after the judge today decided to end my conservatorship. She also expressed gratitude to her parents and attorney, David A. Esquibias, for their assistance during the previous nine years in a statement to PEOPLE at the time.
Since the conservatorship was ended, Amanda has mostly maintained a low profile, but she has occasionally been spotted around Los Angeles sipping coffee and doing other errands. In October 2022, she made it known that she had enrolled in cosmetology school in order to become a manicurist.