The Napanee, Ont. Skeptics claim Lavigne's outfit changes , hidden messages in her songs and her altered facial appearance in the years following her debut prove their point. Though the story has been floating around in some capacity for years — and is largely based around a Brazilian fan site which admits the hoax is untrue — it resurfaced on Twitter over the past few days and stirred up even more completely unverified and speculative debate. The relentless rumour has flooded the comments on Lavigne's social media accounts and that's ticked off a lot of her diehard fans, who wonder, why pick on Lavigne?
The Avril Lavigne Death Hoax That Won't Die - Rolling Stone
Rachel Buigas-Lopez. The widespread conspiracy theory — originally from a Brazilian fanpage — states that Lavigne, the punk-pop princess, died and left in her stead a replacement named Melissa Vandella. Is there any truth to this conspiracy? We are diving into the evolution of Lavigne in order to find out.
He Was a Sk8er Boi, She Was Replaced by a Clone – Avril Lavigne is Dead
The Ohio State University. Avril Lavigne was replaced by a look alike in , after she died by suicide. The theory is that she was struggling with her fame and once she found out that her parents were getting a divorce, she killed herself. This conspiracy ebbs and flows, it resurfaces every few years and social media goes wild with theories about what happened to Avril. The first appearance of this theory was in on a supposed fan website for Lavigne that was somewhat poorly written in Portuguese.
In , she revealed that she had been diagnosed with Lyme disease , which kept her bedridden and away from the spotlight. From Los Angeles, Lavigne discussed her soulful new album, her health, and the crazy conspiracy theory about her that went viral. It takes longer as opposed to being an artist and having songs handed to [you].