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Lavigne who reunited with Deryck Whibley on the production of her latest album 'Goodbye Lullaby' is not troubled to make a collaboration after split, admitting she was really happy to have him on it.
After she was accused of mocking contestants during her appearance on the talent show, Lavigne blames poor editing for causing trouble and claims viewers were only shown 'that side of her'.
After Lavigne's latest album 'Goodbye Lullaby' got stuck in a delay, she rebels against RCA's chairman who suggested her to try out different vibe in 'urban' sound and record dance tracks.
Beside the fourteen tracks in the March 8 release, there will also be a snippet of her cover version for Joan Jett's song.
Lavigne has heaped praise on the Culture Club star at the BRIT Awards on Tuesday, February 15 after fearing he would snub her as Christina Aguilera did at a recent event.
RiRi graces the red carpet in a flowery, vibrant dress, Bieber keeps it cool in a black jacket, Avril maintains her rocker chick style, and Cheryl Cole looks dazzling in backless gown.
Avril has one rebellious day, leaving her boyfriend in a locked room and crashing a stolen cab into another car among other 'crazy' things.
Shot in 3-D, Avril's favorite scene is when she is on the stage with her band and the video viewers can feel like they are in the audience.
The teaser is offered in a form of behind-the-scene footage which reveals the filming of a live performance scene with a small crowd.
Co-written by Max Martin, the first single of 'Goodbye Lullaby' gives the first taste of the upcoming album.
She set up Avril Lavigne Foundation in September to help sick and disabled kids after working with Make a Wish foundation and other charities.
In celebrating the upcoming New Year's Day, Avril will be giving away her 'Goodbye Lullaby' lead single on her Facebook page.
'Goodbye Lullaby' will be filled with fourteen tracks which allow her to continue sharing her personal experiences with her fans.
The snippet reveals fun pop sound and some sassy lyrics which make 'What the Hell' catchy and infectious.
Co-written by Avril Lavigne, the fresh material has some funky vibes with catchy hook and will definitely appear in Miranda Cosgrove's tour setlist.