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The Avril Lavigne Death Hoax That Won't Die

18 May 2017, 09:17 | Gerardo Harmon

There's a conspiracy theory that Avril Lavigne has been replaced by a professional lookalike

The 'Avril Lavigne is dead' conspiracy is back again

The theory comes from Twitter user givenchyass, who over the course of about fifty tweets, lays out a terrifying conspiracy theory that includes Avril Lavigne's apparent death, and evidence pointing to a number of facial and physical differences between Avril and "Melissa", the name of a lookalike who has assumed Avril's name and likeness by an all-powerful record company.

The original theory was based on the conclusion that Avril was 18 when she was thrust into the spotlight, and found the paparazzi attention hard to cope with.

This theory of death has occurred several times in recent years. Well, there's this side-by-side comparison that looks like the same person, only a bit older. which is exactly what's happened to Avril Lavigne in the past 15 years.

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The wild fan theory says that label bosses chose to cover up her death and continue to release her songs, using Melissa instead. Then, just before the release of her second album, Lavigne's grandfather passed away, leaving her distraught and heartbroken.

A blogger went said: "Launched in 2004, it is completely different to the first CD!" They believe that the Canadian singer killed herself back in 2003 and was replaced by a doppelganger named Melissa Vandella. It's an album full of subliminal messages apparently left by the "New Avril".

The official Avril Lavigne website allegedly initially listed her height at 1.58m, back in 2002. She most recently posted a selfie with her mother on Mother's Day. Let us know on social media. Despite the urgency with which some of Lavigne's fans appear to want to get to the bottom of things - and as entertaining as internet conspiracies can sometimes be - it seems highly unlikely that the real Avril Lavigne is anything but alive and well.

In an era where traditional sources of news and information are being questioned, Dr Rosewarne said people are more accepting of alternative sources of "information".

"The internet has been the flawless medium for the distribution of false information: very quickly a stupid - but often highly entertaining - story can be effortlessly distributed far and wide".

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