In an interview with The New York Daily News, Avril Lavigne took a few more shots at Hilary Duff. “I don’t really like her,” Lavigne said, though she admits she has never met the 16-year-old singer-actress. “I can tell what she’s like. She’s too much of a kiss-ass. You can tell that she’s a goody-goody.” Lavigne thinks it’s unlikely she’ll ever meet Duff. “She’ll probably try to avoid me for the rest of her life,” she said with a giggle.
‘Don’t Tell Me’ Shows Avril Lavigne Is A Writer
May 22, 2004 – In an interview with Craig McLean of The Independent, Avril was notably chuffed that the album’s first single, ‘Don’t Tell Me’, is largely one of her compositions, written when she was 17, after the recording of, but before the release of, ‘Let Go’. “Well! It obviously shows there that I’m a writer,” she bristled, in a rare burst of animation. “I mean, that song’s being played on the radio. And I only wrote it with Evan, and Evan just wrote the guitar, and I wrote everything else. So that’s proof that I am a writer to people who thought that maybe I didn’t write.”
Avril Lavigne Celebrates Album Release With Broadband Rocks Concert
May 22, 2004 – On the eve of the release of Avril Lavigne’s second album, ‘Under My Skin’, the singer will perform a special live Broadband Rocks concert from New York City’s historic Webster Hall. The free, ticketed event will be broadcast live exclusively for AOL for Broadband members on Monday (May 24). The live concert broadcast begins at 9:00 PM ET at AOL Keyword: Broadband Rocks. “I’m really excited about my new album,” said Avril Lavigne. “AOL has been with me since the beginning and I’m really looking forward to our show as a way to say ‘thanks.'”