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Avril Lavigne: Topless protester gets in her way

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Avril Lavigne forcefully dismissed a topless protester from the stage at an awards ceremony in Canada on Monday.

Canadian singer Avril Lavigne (38) was disturbed on stage at Canada’s Juno Awards in Edmonton last Monday. A demonstrator entered the stage topless, on her back was the message “Save the green belt” (in German: “Protect the green belt”) to read. appears to be a reference to a controversial Ontario government development plan.

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According to the report, Lavigne was about to announce singer AP Dhillon, 30, when the protester appeared wearing pink trousers and a headscarf. At first the musician tried to ignore the protester, but then she turned around and told her, laughing but in clear words (“Get the fk off, bitch”), that she should leave the stage. The demonstrator was then led down the stairs by a security guard. It is not known whether the action had further consequences for her.

She picked up a prize

Lavigne also had a happier event that night: she was presented with the TikTok Juno Fan Choice Award. “Thank you to my amazing fans who voted for me,” the musician wrote. “This is my tenth Juno Award and my fourth Fan Choice Award. Cheers to the next 20 years!” As a small allusion to the protest action, she repackaged the words she had spoken to the demonstrator in a PS. After the show, she was also asked about her most memorable moments from 20 years of awards, according to the New York Post, and Lavigne replied, “It will definitely go down in history as one of the highlights.”

Source: Stern

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