Avril Lavigne: the strange theory of her alleged Italian double

There is a strange theory that suggests that the Canadian singer Avril Lavinge died in 2003 and was supplanted by the Italian actress Melissa Vandella.

Avril Lavigne is one of the most important pop genre singers of all time. Since her success became known in 2002, this young lady has done nothing but succeed.

Avril Lavigne: the strange theory of her alleged Italian double.

However, there is a strange theory that Avril Lavinge would have hanged herself in 2003 and that her record label would have been supplanted by the Italian Melissa Vandella.

And according to all this crazy conspiracy theory, Avril Lavinge hated showing up and would have hired Melissa as her stunt double to do "the dirty work," and they ended up being friends.

Avril Lavigne : the strange theory of her alleged Italian double.
Avril Lavigne:  the strange theory of her alleged Italian double.
Avril Lavigne: the strange theory of her alleged Italian double.
Avril Lavigne: the strange theory of her alleged Italian double.

Then, in 2003, Avril Lavinge would have relapsed into one of her depressions, which was aggravated by the death of her grandfather and could not cope any more with the emotional weight and killed herself.

But before, Avril Lavinge would have already recorded her second album "Under my skin", something that the label was not going to miss and since then, Melissa Vandella would have replaced the American singer and even promoted her album.

One of the differences that the defenders of this theory highlight is the nose, which they assure that it is not the same, they also ensure that the height between the two is not the same either: while the old Avril measured 1.58, the new one was 3 centimeters less.

The change in dress style is also another of the theories that fans of "the real Avril" point to as proof. While the 2003 rebel dressed in dark shades and vowed never to wear miniskirts, the new one has totally changed and is not only more feminine, but wears tight tops and clothes.

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