There’s a Shrine to Amanda Bynes in New York City

It appears all of the East Village is praying to high heaven for Amanda Bynes
Over the weekend, a ~~shrine~~ has materialized out of nowhere in New York City for worried fans to kneel, throw up air crosses and grip their rosaries.
The holy place of worship is located at 34 Stuyvesant (or was, rather, it’s since been removed from the New York University premises), but while it was still up for the public, people had been lighting candles and leaving little offerings.

The Bynes Shrine (The Sacred Shrynes) is composed of a framed portrait of the star re-appropriated from her Online Bible of Selfies (, votive candles of Amanda’s face photoshopped over the Virgin Mary’s façade, a purple garland and carnation petals scattered about a paper dish.
Given Amanda’s bizarre (perhaps possessed) behavior lately it’s uncertain whether this shrine’s motives are angelic, or strictly DEMONIC. (It’s actually part of a college class project on celebrity shrine art by a student and is meant to poke fun at society’s obsession with celebrity; it’s since converted over 3,500 notes on Tumblr.)
But we’ll update you if those prayers are ever answered nonetheless.
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