Avril Lavigne Wears Color-Changing Hoodie During Magazine Photoshoot: ‘Looking Her Best’

Avril Lavigne stunned in a custom color-changing hoodie for her new magazine cover. (Photo by Angela Weiss/AFP via Getty Images)

Avril Lavigne doesn’t lose her bad girl power.

The “Complicated” and “Sk8er Boi” singer is the latest star to resume Euphoria magazine — and she does it in full pop-punk style. Lavigne took to social media on Saturday, sharing the cover photos where she rocks a color-changing hoodie (which is pink but fades to deep black when captured in flash photography) with a custom neon pink embroidery that reads “April”.

Fans filled the pop-punk legend’s comments section with compliments on her beauty and her fascination with the outfit.

“I love the sweater! And it’s gorgeous!” raved one follower.

“Woah. Hoodie is crazy,” singer Jagwar Twin wrote.

“Best thing I’ve seen today,” another fan commented.

“Love this look my queen,” someone else replied.

“You look insanely beautiful girl. I love the black and pink sweatshirt,” one fan shared.

“Pop-punk princess at her finest,” said another.

Now dubbed the queen of pop-punk by EuphoriaLavigne — who started charting her own path more than 20 years ago — continues to kill the game. The “Girlfriend” artist recently wrapped up her “Love Sux” tour in Canada after having to postpone some dates due to of COVID-19, is preparing to tour the United States with fellow artist Machine Gun Kelly and celebrated the 20th anniversary of his song “Let Go” earlier this month.

As the Canadian star now rocks the world, forging a career in the music industry hasn’t been easy. “I had to find my style. I knew what I wanted and I loved guitar and electric guitar…and I wanted to rock. I also really wanted to write my songs. It was a challenge to find people to co-write songs with and produce the album that included my vision,” Lavigne said. Euphoria.

But after more than two decades of career, Lavigne is reaping major benefits that not every musician or artist sees.

“I still know today literally the same fans who have been at the shows since day one,” she noted. “A lot of them were front row and still are front row. How lucky am I to have a fanbase? People really connected to my music back then, and still do today. I feel so grateful.

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