Amanda Bynes hits the recording studio with pals as she’s seen dancing in her seat – after ending podcast

Amanda Bynes hit the recording studio with her pals on Monday.

The actress, 37, shared with Instagram followers her friends making music in the studio as she watched on.

Music played overhead as Amanda danced gently in her seat. One of the friends she tagged in her socials was musical artist Yung Yogi.

Amanda – who recently returned from a trip to Mammoth Mountain – wore her blonde hair down, a black T-shirt, and nose ring as she slowly grooved in her seat to the beat of the edgy track.

The All That alum included video of one her pals sitting surrounded by equipment as he appeared to work on a track.

Amanda Bynes hung out with friends in the music studio on Monday 

The actress’ outing took place not long after she ended her podcast series, Amanda Bynes & Paul Sieminski: The Podcast.

The performer’s project, which she co-hosted alongside the biochemist, made its debut on Spotify on December 8.

Bynes and her co-host were joined by Los Angeles-based tattoo artist Dahlia Moth during her show’s first and only episode.

The podcast also marked the first time that the actress had been involved in a filmed project ever since 2010, when she appeared in the Emma Stone-starring film Easy A.

The All That actress first revealed that there were behind-the-scenes issues with her podcast in a video that was shared on her TikTok account last month, in which she stated that she was having difficulty booking guests.

She stated via Entertainment Tonight: ‘I felt really sad and I was in a really bad mood because the podcast was actually something that I was really looking forward to filming next week and it was something that I was really happy and excited about.’

Bynes also spoke about her desire to have artists such as Drake and Post Malone appear on her project.

The performer went on to reveal that she had chosen to pull the plug on her podcast in a message that was shared on her Instagram Story last month.

She danced in her seat as she listened to the head-bopping track overhead

She danced in her seat as she listened to the head-bopping track overhead 

She shared a snap of her pals making music

She shared a snap of her pals making music 

One of her friends appeared to be working on a a track

One of her friends appeared to be working on a a track 

Bynes was spotted after picking up iced coffee in Los Angeles on Tuesday morning

Bynes was spotted after picking up iced coffee in Los Angeles on Tuesday morning

The performer donned a fuzzy button-up jacket and a pair of black leggings

The performer donned a fuzzy button-up jacket and a pair of black leggings

The Nickelodeon alum later posed for a photo in the bathroom of an Equinox gym

The Nickelodeon alum later posed for a photo in the bathroom of an Equinox gym 

She began her message by expressing that the first ‘episode of my podcast did really well’ and that she was ‘surprised about her success.

However, Bynes then cited her desire to continue with another career path as the reason for the project’s cancellation.

‘After thinking about it, though, I would rather get my manicurist license and have a consistent job. I’m going to follow that path instead,’ she stated.

The actress concluded her message by thanking all of her fans for ‘following my journey.’

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