Control Is Important To Avril Lavigne

emphasizes that control is the most important thing in the music business. “It’s my face, it’s my name that goes out there, so I need to be very involved in everything that goes out in public,” she tells Singapore’s Urbanwire. “That’s me, it’s my career, it’s my future. It’s everything. I need to be aware of what’s going on and be hands on. That’s important because I’m happy with what I’m doing. And it would be more difficult if everyone was making my decisions.”

Is Juno Queen

April 7, 2003 – The Kingston Whig-Standard reports Avril told one reporter all young people should follow their dreams following her big weekend at the Juno Awards, where she took home four Junos including album of the year. “If you really believe in yourself, and believe that this is what you’re supposed to be doing, go full speed and just, like, sing as much as you can and get out there and perform as much as you can and try to be heard,” she said. Prime Minister Jean Chretien also was full of praise for Avril. “I listened to some of her songs this morning,” he said. “It’s a new music for the young people. I’m not very knowledgeable about it but she’s a fabulous success and when I saw her, she’s so young it’s unbelievable.”

Talks With Canada AM After Juno Wins

April 7, 2003 – Canada AM chatted with Avril Lavigne following Sunday night’s Juno Awards, where she took home four awards. Avril was freaked out by getting the album of the year nod, and she talked about being 14 and getting a chance to perform with Shania Twain. As for 1 in 30 Canadian’s owning ‘Let Go’, she thought it was pretty cool… pretty neat. The interview video at has since been removed.

Avril Lavigne Gets Two Trophies At First Of Two Juno Awards Nights

April 5, 2003 – Avril bagged two Juno Awards at a gala celebration Saturday night. Avril took home awards in the best new artist and best pop album categories on the success of her ‘Let Go’ debut. “This is really wicked,” she said, holding a can of beer she took to the stage to receive her award from Calgary comedians Terry and Dean of the film Fubar. “It’s been a great year. I’m looking forward to releasing plenty more records.”

New Jersey Star Ledger Readers Sound Off On Avril

April 5, 2003 – Several readers of the Star Ledger got a chance to share their feelings about Avril Lavigne, and whether the Canadian pop-star was a “poser.” A reader named Maggie emerged as one of the most vehement critics in their poll. “I would rather slam my head through a window than listen to two seconds of her songs,” Maggie volunteered in an e-mail. Among Avril’s multitude of sins, according to Maggie, is that she’s a high school drop-out (Maggie gets straight A’s) and writes “stupid” lyrics: “A direct quote from one of her horrible songs is: ‘I’m not the milk and Cheerios on the end of your spoon,'” writes Maggie. “How ridiculous can you possibly get? That doesn’t even make sense!”

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