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Avril Lavigne's Successful Journey
Tuesday, February 27, 2007
Avril's eye color is blue.
Avril's astrological sign is Libra.
Avril's hobbies are writing songs, skateboarding, and singing.
Avril's favorite actor is Tobey Maguire.
Avril's favorite actress is Sandra Bullock.
Avril's favorite movies are Miss Congeniality and 8 Mile.
Favorite Place To Tour : New Zealand, Sardinia, Amsterdam.
Avril's favorite musicians are Sum 41, Beach Boys, Alanis Morissette, Goo Goo Dolls, Matchbox 20, System of a Down.
Avril's favorite food is pizza with a lot of olives.
Avril's favorite colors are black and red.
The first magazine to have Avril Lavigne on it is What Magazine.
Avril dropped out of school at grade 11.
Favorite music videos : Her own video "Sk8er Boi" , another one "Complicated", and Blink 182's "All The Small Things" and "Rock Show".
Avril started playing guitar when she was about 10 years old.
Avril refuses to do lip-sync, she always sings live.
Avril's favorite candy is Pixe Stix.
Avril's favorite bands are Pennywise, Green Day, the Distillers, Linkin Park.
Avril has played hockey since she was a kid.
The position Avril plays in hockey: right wing and center.
Avril said that she played hockey better than some guys when she was back in high school.
Avril began skateboarding ever since she was 14 years old.
Avril owns over a 100 pairs of Converse sneakers.
One of her songs, Sk8er Boi is about her and an ex-boyfriend. It's about how her boyfriend didn't wanna admit his feelings because of her style, and he now can't have her,and she's a well-known artist, and it's supposed to be his lost.
Avril's debut album Let Go has gone six times platinum in the United States and seven times times platinum in Australia. Her debut album alone, has sold over 13 million copies world wide.
Following Ashlee Simpson's disastrous lip-synching appearance on Saturday Night Live, Lavigne says it's pathetic that some young artists don't sing on their own record or on stage.
She has admitted to Rollingstone.com that she got into some fights one night. "The other night, I got into three fights," says Lavigne. "I was at a club and some girl was giving me attitude. She pushed me and I got her down on the floor. Security came, and because I was on top, they threw me out."
During a interview, Avril spotted a picture of herself and ripped it up, allegedly saying "I hate that f***ing photo!" All this happened while on air. According to Avril, she had permission to take the picture down—station personnel encouraged her to take it down.
Avril Lavigne broke a record set by Madonna. Her song "Complicated" held the number one spot on the Contemporary Hit Radio chart (which tracks air play on the radio) for 11 weeks in a row. Madonna previously held the record with her song "Music", which held onto number one for 10 weeks.
Avril's hit single Sk8er Boi is heading to the big screen -- Paramount Pictures has optioned the song and hired ER writer/producer David Zabel to adapt its words into a feature film to be produced by studio-based MTV Films and Alphaville.
Avril Lavigne mispronounces David Bowie's name -- she was helping announce the Grammy nominees for best male rock vocal performance at Madison Square Garden when she made the gaffe, pronouncing Bowie's name like Howie, while it’s supposed to be like “doughy.” (January 8, 2003)
Avril has been immortalized with her very own computer virus -- the so-called Avril e-mail virus, which tries to lure users into opening its infected attachment by promising pictures of the popstar, went into circulation shortly after the Grammy nominations were announced. (January 14, 2003)
Avril won the 'New Artist in a Video' award for her song 'Complicated' at the 2002 VMA.
Avril won Best Single, Best Album, and Best New Artist at Juno Awards 2003.
Avril won Favorite Female Artist, Favorite Breakthrough Artist, and The Style Award at MTV Asia Award 2003.
Avril was the winner for "Favorite Female Singer" at the Kids Choice Awards in 2005.