Actress Amanda Bynes has reportedly been snubbed for a reunion of Nickelodeon show “All That”.
Bynes, 29, first made her name in the ’90s sketch comedy series, before going on to star in her own Nickelodeon show, “The Amanda Show”, a few years later, reported TMZ.
Next month, TeenNick will host Amanda’s former co-stars Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell, Danny Tamberelli, Lori Beth Denberg and Josh Server for a special show celebrating the hit show.
The actress wasn’t invited to the reunion, and only found out about it when a trailer was released online, claim sources close to the star.
Byne has apparently told friends, she would not have joined the reunion anyway because she is focusing on fashion now and not acting. The “All That” special episode will air on Nickelodeon’s night time zone, The Splat.
“All That” aired on TeenNick for 11 seasons, from 1994-2005, and launched the career of a number of performers, who went on to star in their own shows.
Nickelodeon alum include Kenan and Kel, Mariah Carey’s ex Nick Cannon, and Britney Spears’ sister, Jamie Lynn-Spears, who starred in Zoey 101.