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Avril Lavigne gifted with flowers by ‘forever fan’ Taylor Swift

/ 03:42 PM March 03, 2022
Avril Lavigne

Image: Instagram/@avrillavigne, @taylorswift

Avril Lavigne received a bouquet of flowers as congratulatory gift from her “forever fan” singer-songwriter Taylor Swift, following the release of Lavigne’s new album “Love Sux.”

The pop-punk artist showed the flowers as well as the note that came with it while Swift’s “Style” plays in the background, via Lavigne’s Instagram Story today, March 3.

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“Been dancing around my kitchen to your fabulous new album. It’s AMAZING, like you,” the note read. “Your forever fan, Taylor.”

Lavigne simply tagged Swift in her post, adding three heart emoji.

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Avril Lavigne

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Lavigne’s “Love Sux,” released last Friday, Feb. 25, is her seventh studio album which has 12 tracks, including collaborations with Travis Barker, John Feldmann, Machine Gun Kelly and Blackbear. It follows her “Head Above Water” album, released in 2019.

Two days after its release, “Love Sux” topped Billboard‘s new music poll with 29% of votes, beating four other entries, as per Billboard‘s report last Sunday, Feb. 27. JB

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