Avril Lavigne Addresses Conpiracy Theory She Died in 2003

Avril Lavigne Addresses Conpiracy Theory She Died in 2003

Avril Lavigne Addresses Conpiracy Theory She Died in 2003

It's a question that's caused sleepless night for millions of people the world over; is noughties pop punk sensation Avril Lavigne actually dead and has she been replaced by a woman called Melissa for the past decade?

The 34-year-old finally addressed the theory during a phone interview with KIIS FM's Kyle and Jackie O Show in Australia on Thursday.

The theory alleges that her label, unwilling to lose profit considering Lavigne's momentous popularity at the time, secretly hired a doppelganger named Melissa Vandella who has supposedly been impersonating the singer-songwriter for the past fifteen years. However, conspiracy theorists believe her sadness led her to take her life.

"Yeah, some people think that I'm not the real me, which is so weird!"

So, either she's Avril, the pop star herself saying that these theories are weird A F, or a very convincing clone who's mastered the art of posing as the icon, and only you can be the ultimate judge.

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The rumors of Lavigne's supposed death appeared after her grandfather died in 2003.

Avril came back quickly however, and shut the lies down.

You may be familiar with a conspiracy speculating that the Avril Lavigne we see today is not the real Avril!

Some of the evidence the blog cites includes a change in the shape of her nose (which they claim to be "confirmed by specialist"), the new Avril is shorter, a smaller vocal range, her autograph looks different, birth marks, attitude, and more. "It's been a long recovery and I want to make sure that this is ideal for you guys!" "I'm much better. I have a life now and I was able to make a record and, you know, shoot a music video and I'm starting now to perform and promote the song...now I have a life".

During the interview, Lavigne also spoke about her battle with Lyme disease and how it affected her new music, including recent single "Head Above Water".

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