Avril Lavigne Speaks Out On The Environment

was featured in an interview with News Zero Japan on Thursday (May 3). Avril talked about preserving the environment, being really involved in the recording process, and her work with building schools in Africa. The segment, also featuring highlights of her promo tour of Japan, was removed at YouTube.

Avril Lavigne Talks With MSN Music UK

April 29, 2007 – Avril visited MSN Music UK to promote her new album ‘The Best Damn Thing’. Avril talked about married life, how it has changed her, dealing with fame, not holding back this album with language, and more. Video at msn.com has since been removed.

Avril Lavigne Visits ‘Mezamashi TV’

April 29, 2007 – Avril was interviewed by the Japanese television show ‘Mezamashi TV’, where the singer talked about singing in Japanese for ‘Girlfriend’, described the summer feel of her new album, working with Richard Gere in her new film ‘The Flock’, and how marriage has changed her songwriting. YouTube has since removed the video.

Avril Lavigne Comments On Virginia Tech Atrocity

April 24, 2007 – In an interview with Jane Stevenson of Sun Media, Avril shared her thoughts on the Virginia Tech school shooting. “I think it’s really sad,” she said. “And the thing that I’m actually pissed of about is, I was reading in the papers that an English teacher reported (the shooter) to, like, the counsel, to, like, four different people, like, ‘This guy seems disturbed.’ And people in the school knew he was kind of fu**ed up and, like, no one did anything about it. That’s the kind of thing, if you see, like, warning signs and red flags, people need to do things about it.” Read more.

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