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Avril Lavigne: World Tour in May!

Avril Lavigne: World Tour in May!

ET Canada caught up with Avril and chatted about her new record, Goodbye Lullaby.

Here’s what the 26-year-old rocker had to share:

On the emotions explored on Goodbye Lullaby: “It’s an album that I’m really proud of and…yeah, there are a lot of emotions that go on in this record. I would say bittersweet, happy, sad. The overall message is…is about finding inner strength and being strong and getting through that and life is a journey.”

On whether “What The Hell” is autobiographical: “The song isn’t super literal….so you know, I do throw my personal experiences in there as and things that I just see in life with my friends and stuff like that. So the song is really just about being a free spirit and having no worries and just having a good time and not taking yourself too seriously.”

On shooting the “What The Hell” video in 3-D: “Very exciting! It looks really cool. My favorite setup is the stage with the band – when you’re watching it, you feel like you’re in the crowd and you can see everyone rocking out….So that part’s cool. The video is kinda about a guy who really likes a girl but she just wants to have fun.”

On what’s next: So I will start my world tour in May. And I will go, I will definitely be in Canada and the US and Asia, Australia and Europe – all over the place!”

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