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Amanda Bynes And Perez Hilton Make Nice On Twitter
Amanda Bynes and Perez Hilton have a long-standing feud, ever since the actress called the gossip blogger "ugly" on Twitter.
But now, it looks like they might be on their way to resolving it. It began today when Hilton tweeted the following:
In the last week alone, @AmandaBynes has called ugly @Rihanna, @LanceBass, @chrissyteigen, @Courtney and am I missing anyone else?— Perez Hilton (@PerezHilton) May 31, 2013
Bynes then responded with something actually kind of not-mean:
From there, the situation only got more strange, with Bynes apparently asking for direct communication with the blogger:
Where will it all lead??
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