Avril Lavigne Gets Hair Chopped Off While Sitting on Toilet Seat

She doesn’t make issues sophisticated! Avril Lavigne threw warning to the wind and let Yungblud give her a contemporary new haircut — whereas sitting on a loo seat.

Lavigne, 38, has donned straight, lengthy locks since she debuted on the music scene in 2002 together with her hit tune “Sophisticated.” To advertise her new single, “I’m a Mess,” with the 25-year-old rocker, nonetheless, the Canada native mentioned goodbye to her tresses when Yungblud chopped them off with a pair of cloth scissors.

“Let’s do it, are you nervous?” the England native asks Lavigne by way of an Instagram video on Wednesday, October 26. The songstress, for her half, yells that she wants “a beer” earlier than the “11 Minutes” singer shortly slashes her mane, leaving it simply above her shoulders.

“Oh, my God, bro!” Lavigne yells in shock as Yungblud exhibits her the clumps of hair.

Whereas the “Let It Go” artist might have been shocked by the stark change, captioning the put up, “I can’t imagine we did this to my hair hahah,” followers flocked to the remark part to assist the brand new ‘do — together with fiancé Mod Solar.

“Haircut appears to be like nice!” the drummer, 35, wrote. “U did nicely @yungblud new tune possibly?”

In the meantime, one fan gushed, “WE’VE BEEN WAITING FOR THAT!!!!!!!!!!!!” to which one other person replied,  “oh my god avril this hair is wonderful.”

Avril Lavigne, Dominic Richard Harrison.
Courtesy of Avril Lavigne/Instagram ; yungblud/Instagram

Hair isn’t the one trend development Lavigne is leaping on as of late. In August, the pop star teamed up with punk trend label Killstar on an “edgy” collab.

“After a record-breaking pre-launch, we’re excited to lastly announce Killstar’s collab with ICON @avrillavigne! 😈 Try the exxxclusive assortment from the hyperlink in bio” the duo captioned in a joint put up by way of Instagram saying the brand new line.

The gathering contains the whole lot from barbed chokers to skeleton-print clothes and presents lingerie, purses and equipment.

On the time, Lavigne gushed about working with the model in a press launch, saying: “I’ve been carrying Killstar items for a few years so this collab felt like a no brainer.” She continued: “I like Killstar’s clothes as a result of it’s punk and edgy however female on the similar time.”

The “Girlfriend” singer defined that the model took her “inventive imaginative and prescient” and turned it into one thing “tangible” and “cool.”

“I’m so excited to convey this summer time assortment to my followers with light-weight items that also really feel edgy,” she shared.

The road carefully aligns with Lavigne’s private model, which has included fishnet tights, all-black ensembles with splashes of pink and graphic T-shirts — and naturally the notorious ties — creating the proper punk princess aesthetic.