“Obviously, I am me”, Avril Lavigne mocks the crazy theory according to which she died in 2003

“Obviously, I am me”, Avril Lavigne mocks the crazy theory according to which she died in 2003
“Obviously, I am me”, Avril Lavigne mocks the crazy theory according to which she died in 2003

There are rumors that break records for implausibility. The one mentioned by Avril Lavigne on Wednesday in the podcast Call Her Daddy worth its weight in peanuts.

The star of the 2000s has simply died since 2003. The singer of Sk8ter Boi has since been replaced by a double with the sweet name of Melissa.

Two faces

The 39-year-old pop-punk star, far from being offended by this death during his lifetime which has stuck with him for around twenty years, finds it “very funny”. “On the one hand, everyone’s like, ‘You’re still the same. You haven’t aged a bit.’ But on the other hand, there’s a conspiracy theory that says I’m not me,” she noted.

According to her, “it’s not that serious. It could be worse, right? I feel like I have a good joke to tell. I don’t see it as negative. There’s nothing scary.”

Proof of this lies with Paul McCartney, who some also assume died in November 1966 and has since been replaced by an understudy. A conspiracy theory that has pursued him since the release of the Beatles album Sgt. Pepper’s and which does not prevent the artist, still valiant at 81 years old, from selling out each of his concerts.

“Obviously, I’m me, it’s so stupid”, still clarified the one who is releasing her album Greatest Hits before leaving on an American tour this summer. We never know !

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