We haven't heard much from Avril Lavigne recently which is hardly surprising considering that she's dead according to a conspiracy theory that she died in 2003, aged 18, and was replaced by a look-a-like.
To show that it isn't the just made up, the conspiracy theorists have gathered lots of evidence to support the theory, mainly being the change in her appearance and the clues in the lyrics of her songs.
According to the theories, the Canadian singer hanged herself after the death of her grandfather but the record label didn't want to let her go at the height of her career, so they drafted in a doppelganger, Melissa Vandella, hoping nobody would notice.
One piece of evidence is that the new Avril has fewer freckles on her arm than the old Avril and the change in her musical style and appearance.
There are also claims that there are several clues about the death of the original Avril in the lyrics and covers of the next albums. For example, her 2004 hit 'Nobody's Home' is allegedly a clue for her suicide 'It’s where she lies, broken inside. With no place to go, no place to go to dry her eyes. Broken inside'.
Another clue is in the song 'My Happy Ending' with the lyrics ' Don’t leave me hangin’, In a city so dead, Help up so high, On such a breakable thread'.
It could be it's just the normal change of appearance that women go through between the ages of 18 and 32 and most musicians change style as they progress through their career or just maybe she's actually dead but someone should probably tell Sum 41 singer Deryck Jason Whibley because he married her in 2006, three years after she supposedly died, and you can't help but think that he would have noticed.