Avril Lavigne makes me sick. In an interview with US Weekly, she totally proves that when I had all those nasty thoughts about her in the first place, I was vindicated. I mean, what the hell is “the hurricane thing” about? You mean Hurricane Katrina, Avril? Oh yes, “Take it to Katrina!” Avril Lavigne packed up six boxes of her super-skinny emo-bitch clothes to send to the people who were displaced by the hurricane. By people, I mean a handful of size zero teenage girls who want to dress like rodeo clowns from outer space.
“On dealing with her incredible success:
“Selling 24 million albums hasn’t really affected me, but it has changed things. I can’t walk into a room full of people any more without everybody turning their heads, and I can only eat in certain restaurants where I know I won’t get hassled. But that’s OK. I was born to do this, and so I’ve learned how to cope.”
On her competition:
“Someone like Kelly Clarkson is beautiful and has a pretty voice, but with me you get a much stronger image. I’m tough, I have a look that girls want to copy, and I sound a particular way. It’s good if you’re not easily ignored. And I’m not.”
On her generosity:
“I am a very giving person. When the hurricane thing happened, I went to my closet, filled six boxes of stuff and said to my assistant, ‘Take it to Katrina!’ I also like to give stuff to people who are my ‘workers,’ especially if they don’t make much money.”
On her polarizing personality:
“People love me and people hate me, but I’m comfortable in my own skin and that’s what counts. And anyway if you do hate me, you’re the loser, not me.””
I have news for you, honey. No one hates you; that’s too time consuming. Maybe you should have your “workers” build you a soul.