Amanda Bynes' newest Twitter target appears to be Miley Cyrus as she once again calls another celebrity "ugly."
"Ur ugly @mileycyrus," Bynes tweeted around midnight of last night attaching a photo of Cyrus at the Billboard Awards.
This is said after a tweet from last week when Bynes called Cyrus' fiance, Liam Hemsworth, the "most gorgeous man on the face of the Earth."
According to the New York Daily News, Bynes and Hemsworth were involved with each other in 2009, causing some to feel maybe the aspiring rapper has a bit of a jealousy problem.
Earlier this morning Bynes went after hip-hop artist Drake as well tweeting a picture of Drake and saying, "Is that an ugly face or what?"
Earlier this week she posted more on the rapper.
"I only like @Drake because he's so ugly! His ugly cheeks at the EA conference! Fine he is not, but he knows he's ugly! I've spoken to him!" she wrote.
On June 6, she also wrote of the 26-year-old: "Drake has the ugliest smile, ugly gums uneven teeth ugly eyes … I won't deny calling @drake ugly."
She also posted about her father, calling him ugly as well, "Haha look at how ugly my dad's face is!"
Bynes capped the day off telling people she will do what she wants and plugged some future news.
"This is my twitter. I say whatever I want. Thanks!" she posted, later writing, "I'm so looking forward to recording my album and going on tour! I can't wait to see you all at my concerts!"
Actor Drake Bell came to the defense of his long time friend Bynes, and is saying drugs and mental illness have nothing to do with what she is going through.
Speaking to the press Saturday at Harrah's Resort in Atlantic City, Bell said the actress was doing just fine.
"Amanda and I are close," Bell, 26, told OK! magazine. "We worked together for years. I talk to her every day. She's a sweetheart. I had lunch with her yesterday, and she's brilliant. She's good and she's healthy."
He attributes the bizarre behavior to a woman that is just trying to find herself after a long career.
"She's in a place right now where she is searching," he said according to the NY Daily News. "She's ready to be her own person, and do her own thing. … She is a girl who is finding herself."