Avril Lavigne has finally responded to the conspiracy theory that she’s a clone

It seems like the theory is getting Under Avril's Skin

Avril Lavigne has finally responded to the conspiracy theory that claims she’s a clone that replaced the “real” Avril Lavigne, who supposedly passed away in 2003.

A Brazilian mystery-busting blog created this theory using compiled “evidence” that the pop star is dead and has been replaced by a look alike.

The blog claims that Lavigne struggled with fame in the early stages of her career, so she began to use a body double named Melissa. Then, when the “real Lavigne” died in 2003, Melissa replaced her fully.


Some of the evidence the blog cites includes a change in the shape of her nose (which they claim to be “confirmed by specialist”), the new Avril is shorter, a smaller vocal range, her autograph looks different, birth marks, attitude, and more. Check out the full list of “evidence” here.

Now, the star has responded to this theory when asked about it during a phone interview with Australia’s KIIS 106.5 radio station. Check out the interview below.
 



The station has highlighted that once the question was asked, Melissa Avril went a bit “robotic” and started to cut out, and the phone line started making a beeping noise. What was even more peculiar, was she seemed to pause for a while before thinking of something to say in response to the question.