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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.
The 'S8ter Boy' singer looks inviting with her 'Drink Me' necklace in the official cover art of her soon-to-be-debuted single 'What the Hell'.
The album which features barefooted Avril Lavigne sitting on top of a piano on the cover will be released on March 8 and preceded by first single 'What the Hell' on December 31.
Jennifer Hudson and Ne-Yo will also join Drake and Lavigne on stage to support Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest.
Going to be preceded by lead single 'What the Hell' in January next year, 'Goodbye Lullaby' will be out two months later.
Miley hit the event in a short white dress with a very long train, Rihanna opted a scarlet long sleeve gown with subtle floral detailing and Taylor dressed in sexy sequined mini-dress.
The follow-up to 'The Best Damn Thing' will be a combination of Avril Lavigne's pop/rock root and Alex da Kid's Hip-Hop music.
The couple, who wed in 2006, finalized their divorce in L.A. County Superior Court on Wednesday, November 16.
The album has finally been approved for a release and Avril will send 'message about personal freedom' in the upcoming first single 'What the Hell'.