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Avril Lavigne addresses body double conspiracy theory: “It’s so dumb”

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Avril Lavigne has addressed the “funny” and “dumb” conspiracy theory that has followed her career for the better part of two decades – see what the singer had to say below.In the early 2000s, a conspiracy theory took the internet by storm, suggesting that Avril Lavigne had died in 2003 and was replaced by a body double named Melissa.

That theory – which is believed to have originated from a Brazilian fansite – has since remained a popular talking point in the pop-punk singer’s career.Now, Lavigne has spoken about the conspiracy theory during a recent appearance on the Call Her Daddy podcast with Alex Cooper.

When asked about the craziest rumour she’s heard about herself, Avril Lavigne referenced the body double conspiracy.“I mean, it’s just funny to me.

Like, on one end, everyone’s like, ‘You look the exact same. You haven’t aged a day.’ But then other people are like, there’s a conspiracy theory that I’m not me.

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