Amanda Bynes is back!
The former child star — who suffered serious mental health issues — is getting ready to re-launch her career in 2018.
And she took to both Twitter and Instagram for the first time in a year to show her fans how healthy she is looking just now.
Bynes, now 31, looked happy as she posed with some female friends during a night out in Los Angeles.
She posted an image on Twitter that read: 'Dinner with friends at Girasol.'
The actress looked in good spirits as she wore her blonde hair down with seductive make-up while sporting a black pleather top with grey pants and black flats.
'The She's The Man' and 'What A Girl Wants' star also posted an image on Instagram where she is seen standing next to a large table of flowers.
And she seems optimistic about the future as her caption reads: Stopping to smell the flowers.
According to her lawyer Bynes is currently considering several offers as she plots her comeback say tat she was 'doing really great'.
While in June the actress revealed: "I do miss acting and I actually have something surprising to tell you, I'm going to start acting again.
"I want to do TV, maybe a few guest spots on some shows that I'm a fan of and maybe another TV show where I'm the star of it in the future."
The former child star — who is being mentored by life coach Joy Stevens - regained control over her finances in June after her 2015 conservatorship ended.
She was involuntarily committed to a Pasadena psychiatric treatment facility in 2014 following a very public meltdown involving a string of bizarre run-ins with the law dating back to 2012.
Her legal run-ins include two hit-and-runs and a DUI in 2012, as well as a 2013 arrest for throwing a bong out of a window of the 36th floor of her Manhattan apartment.
After stepping out of the spotlight she attended the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in Los Angeles, where she's studied merchandise product development before graduating in 2016.
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