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The 'Goodbye Lullaby' singer says she works with Japanese choreographers and director, adding that the video is to show her love for Japanese culture.
A representative of the singer said it was not because of the criticism that the video was taken down from the video sharing site.
The video sees the Canadian singer hitting some places in Japan and interacting with several locals.
The song was initially written by Lavigne for his debut album, but it was eventually recorded by Clarkson for the soundtrack of movie 'Princess Diaries 2'.
The songstresses are being playful about who deserves the title of the most famous Canadian.
The boyband and the pop/rock star are going to make some stops in Canadian cities before returning to the U.S. on May 22 for a concert at WaMu Theater in Seattle.
The new track, which is taken from Lavigne's forthcoming self-titled album, features an edgy vibe and some provocative lyrics.
The gothic video features Lavigne singing about her former lover while playing the piano in a big empty mansion.
The singer releases her duet with the Nickelback lead vocalist and guitarist whom she wed back in July.
The new album, which is set to arrive on November 5, will feature the 'Sk8er Boi' singer's collaboration with husband Chad Kroeger.
The 'Here's to Never Growing Up' singer brings iconic Tank Girl to life for her brand new music video.
The 'Here's to Never Growing Up' singer dresses up as iconic Tank Girl for her upcoming music video.
The follow-up to her 'Here's to Never Growing Up' is co-written by Avril, Chad Kroeger, Richard Goransson, David Hodges, Jacob Hindlin and Peter Svensson.
The bride dons a black tulle Monique Lhuillier gown and the groom suits up in black as they tie the knot in a Gothic-themed wedding in South of France.
The 'Keep Holding on' hitmaker and the Nickelback frontman say their 'I dos' at Chateau La Napoule in Mandelieu, France.