Amanda Bynes Slams Her Father & RuPaul As 'Ugly'

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Amanda Bynes shows off her body in just a bra on April 30, 2013 -- Twitter
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Amanda Bynes shows off her body in just a bra on April 30, 2013 -- Twitter

Another day, another two people slammed as "ugly" by Amanda Bynes.

This time, the Twitter-active former actress has criticized the appearance of her father and RuPaul - all in the same Tweet.

"My dad is as ugly as RuPaul! So thankful I look nothing like you both!" the 27-year-old Tweeted on Sunday.

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The insult seemed to blame her dislike for her own nose on physical traits inherited from her father as she added, "I had nose surgery after my mug shots so my nose and I are gorgeous!"

RuPaul responded to Amanda's dig, Tweeting, "Derogatory slurs are ALWAYS an outward projection of a person's own poisonous self-loathing @AmandaBynes."

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This is not the first time the former Nickelodeon star has spoken out regarding plastic surgery on her face.

Last month, she Tweeted, "The reason I've asked all magazines and blogs to stop using old photos of me is I don't look like that anymore! I had a nose job to remove skin that was like a webbing in between my eyes."

The actress said she hadn't planned on revealing she had undergone cosmetic surgery, but wanted to explain her angry reaction to magazines using older pictures of her for cover stories.

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"I wasn't going to tell anyone, but I look so much prettier in my new photos that I don't want old photos used anymore!" she wrote at the time. "I'm so sick of magazines and blogs using old photos! When will they stop? I will never look like that again!"

In addition to RuPaul and her father, Amanda has called many celebrities "ugly" on Twitter in recent weeks, including model Chrissy Teigen, Lance Bass, Perez Hilton and Jenny McCarthy.

-- Erin O'Sullivan

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