Avril Lavigne finally spoke out about the long-running conspiracy idea. A conspiracy theory alleges that Lavigne died in 2003, a year after releasing her debut album ‘Let Go,’ and that she was replaced by a doppelganger named Melissa Vandella. Many admirers and conspiracy theorists published side-by-side photos to prove it wasn’t her. A conspiracy theory alleges that Lavigne died in 2003, a year after releasing her debut album ‘Let Go,’ and was replaced by a doppelganger named Melissa Vandella. Many admirers and conspiracy theorists published side-by-side photos and claimed it wasn’t her. In a recent interview with Hello Magazine, the singer addressed the charges. She shared a suggestion on how she still appears the same as she did before, saying: “Everyone says I have the same face. My recommendation is to avoid the sun and drink green juice. The truth is that I was still young and rebellious when I started. “A hyperactive adolescent.
” She went on to say: “I’m still here 20 years later, but more mature and experienced.” I’m not taking it seriously anymore. To answer your question, sure, I have changed, but the change is what makes me who I am today.” In another interview, the singer addressed the issue directly, calling it a ‘stupid internet rumor.’ She also expressed her surprise that so many people believed it. The hypothesis was first presented by a Brazilian site called ‘Avril Está Morta,’ which translates to ‘Avril Is Dead.’ The theory sparked discussions on online forums, with some sharing alleged proof of Lavigne’s replacement. In numerous interviews, the singer stated unequivocally that she did not die and was not replaced by a doppelganger. The conspiracy’s originator apologized and rewrote the entire blog post to clarify that the blog was simply meant to demonstrate how conspiracy theories may appear accurate, and that Avril never died.