Amanda Bynes “burst into tears when she attempted a cartwheel and her wig fell off”

I haven’t been covering Amanda Bynes’ ongoing meltdown, what with her wanting Drake to destroy her vagina and whatnot, but it’s hard to ignore that it’s beginning to take on Joaquin-Phoenix-performance-art-level proportions. Most recently, the Sydney White star posted this picture of herself on Twitter, then showed up at a gymnastics class and burst into tears when her wig fell off. As one does.

Amanda Bynes was asked to leave a gymnastics class after further episodes of bizarre behavior, witnesses exclusively tell Page Six.
The former Nickelodeon child star stunned fellow athletes at the Adult Gymnastics class at Chelsea Piers when she “showed up in fishnets and a leotard that looked like lingerie.”
Onlookers said the staff became concerned about Bynes, who was “muttering to herself” and then “burst into tears when she attempted a cartwheel and her dark-colored wig fell off.”

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, Marina Abramovic could take a lesson from Amanda Bynes. If only she could go back in time. HEY, MARINA. IT’S YOUR COUSIN, MARVIN. MARVIN ABRAMOVIC. YOU KNOW THAT NEW PERFORMANCE ART YOU WERE LOOKING FOR? WELL LISTEN TO THIS!

One witness told us Bynes first turned up at the class alone about a month ago.
“She immediately started acting strangely,” our source said. “She lined up with the other gymnasts, and each took their turn to perform a roll. But Amanda just walked out on the mat, was spinning around in circles and mumbling to herself.”
Later, when the others were performing cartwheels, Amanda “did a cartwheel, but her wig fell off, and she sat down and cried.” The source added that after a number of other incidents where she was heard mumbling to herself or walking in front of others performing exercises, she was asked to leave. [NYPost]

Jesus, man. Do you know how nutty you have to be to get kicked out of an adult gymnastics class in New York City? If you’re too crazy for grown-ups in leotards, where can we put you? The more stories I read about Amanda Bynes and Lindsay Lohan, the more I think Mandy Moore should win a lifetime achievement award for not being a huge f*ck up.