The World is Not Prepared for the Possibility of an Amanda Bynes and Wyclef Jean Collaboration

6/18/2013 9:00 AM PDT, by
Sometimes there are things that happen in this world, things that we have no control over, things that we can't possibly prepare ourselves for because there's no reason for those things to happen in the first place. And it's hard, and it's unfair, but you know what? We deal with them anyway.

Amanda Bynes and Wyclef Jean had a meeting to discuss the possibility of doing an album together. Deal with that.

The CEO of a record label called Chinga Chang Records spoke with E! News, and he explained that Amanda and Wyclef were meeting up to talk about making sweet music together. He said that the pairing would be "perfect," "something major," and that Wyclef has been "receptive" to the idea of collaborating with Amanda. And here's why:

"This album is going to shock the world. She has such a great voice. Singers wish they could hit the notes that Amanda does." 

The record label's lawyers have been working out a deal with Amanda's lawyers, and the word is that the deal could be finalized this week.

So here's why this is good news: if Amanda had a job to do, like working on an album, then she probably wouldn't have so much time to act weird on Twitter. It might give her life a new meaning, and she might be able to pull herself together. She could rock that adorable pixie cut she has underneath her awful wigs. Maybe Wyclef could teach her some words besides "ugly." This could be a good thing, guys, seriously.

It could also be horrible and awful and tragic. But let's just hope for that first option, all right?
Filed Under:  Amanda Bynes , Wyclef Jean

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1073 days ago

We need this to happen.

1072 days ago

I'm going to go ahead and call shenanigans on the whole "Singers wish they could hit the notes that Amanda does". We all saw Hairspray. Case closed.