Avril Lavigne: She dispels fan theories about her death

Avril Lavigne: She dispels fan theories about her death

Rumors have been circulating for years that Avril Lavigne died in 2003. Now the singer herself commented on the conspiracy theory.

Avril Lavigne (39) takes a stand on the hoax about her own death. Rumors have persisted for years that the musician died in 2003. Since then, a doppelganger named Melissa Vandella has been said to be posing as her in public. “I just think it’s funny,” Lavigne said about the conspiracy theory.

“On the one hand, everyone says, ‘Oh my God, you look exactly the same. You haven’t aged a day.’ But on the other hand, there is a conspiracy theory that I am not myself,” she told her conversation partner Alex Cooper (29). But she doesn’t mind the fan theory about her own death. “I don’t feel like it’s negative. It’s nothing scary,” she stressed. She can say with certainty that there is no truth to the theory that has been circulating for almost two decades.

Internet sites collect evidence

The origin of the conspiracy theory about Avril Lavigne’s alleged death is unknown. It can be read in various internet forums that the singer died between her debut album “Let Go” (2002) and “Under My Skin” (2004). This is said to have prompted her record company to replace her with her double Melissa, who had often stood in for her before.

Photos are cited as supposed evidence for the doppelganger theory. The face of “today’s” Avril Lavigne is said to no longer be the same because, among other things, birthmarks have disappeared, her jawline and nose have changed and she is suddenly smaller. But the change in image of the “Girlfriend” interpreter between the first and second album also suggests to the conspirators that she was replaced. “Obviously I’m me, it’s so stupid,” Lavigne concluded in the podcast.

Source: Stern

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