Amanda Bynes has turned down a job offer from Playboy, but it's probably not the kind of job you were thinking.
First, Playboy Radio offered Bynes a guest co-host spot via Twitter Monday. Then on Tuesday TMZ revealed Playboy doesn't only want Bynes for a one-time job; they want to secure her for a full-time spot.
The R-rated program allegedly submitted an offer to the former actress to host her own daily, hour-long radio show. Right now it is only supposed to be a one-week trial, but if she does well the company is willing to extend it to a full year (with a driver and a producer included).
Alas, the 27-year-old later rejected Playboy's proposal because she plans to record an album (of course). "I want to [do the show]. But I can’t because I’m recording an album!" she told TMZ. "I’ll go on their show for an interview when I’m promoting my album."
A representative for Playboy was not immediately available for comment.
The offer might be unexpected, but Bynes does have some experience as a headliner. She starred in Nickelodeon's "The Amanda Show" and had main roles in "Figure It Out" and "All That." However, her last job was back in 2010 playing the uber-religious Marianne Bryant in "Easy A." Last year, Bynes had plans to become a fashion designer and launch her career in New York.