Let Go


Complicated
Director: The Malloys
Location: Los Angeles, CA (Griffith Park)
Date: March 4 and 5, 2002
Length: 4:13 min
Facts: Won Avril her first MTV VMA for Best New Artist in a Video for this video. Avril’s brother Matt and sister Michelle appear in this video (here and here)
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Sk8er Boi
Director: Francis Lawrence
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Date: July 27 and 28, 2002
Length: 3:39 min
Facts: Avril had a little crush on the sk8er boi in the video (Jeremy Heisler). Michelle and Matt Lavigne are said to be in this video.
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I’m With You

Director: David LaChappelle
Location: Los Angeles, CA (Broadway)
Date: November 8 and 9, 2002
Length: 3:44 min
Facts: Avril came up with most of the concept to this video. There is also an alternate ending: at the end where she kicks open the door, her band members are there waiting to greet her and Evan gives her a little hug and they all leave the club.
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Losing Grip

Director: Liz Friedlander
Location: New York City (Angel Foundation Church)
Date: February 25 and 26, 2003
Length: 3:55 min
Facts: Avril flipped over once while shooting the stagediving scene and they had to stop shooting to use extras so the crowd could get used to holding people up. The guy at the end of the video who fell during the stagedive was one of those who were used to get the crowd used to carrying people.
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Mobile

Director: ?
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Date: December 18, 2002
Length: 3:32 min
Facts: This video was unreleased, and consisted of a simple concept: Avril on the highway with scenes of cities flying by.
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Under My Skin


Don’t Tell Me

Director: Liz Friedlander
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Date: March 2 and 3, 2004
Length: 3:20 min
Facts: Avril follows around some jerky guy and she’s everywhere. This is the only video that doesn’t include her band. Avril also cut her hand while punching the mirror.
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My Happy Ending
Director: Meiert Avis
Location: Brooklyn, NY
Date: June 1, 2004
Length: 3:58 min
Facts: Avril’s friend Monique is in this video.
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Nobody’s Home
Director: Diana Martel
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Date: July 29 and 30, 2004
Length: 3:36 min
Facts: Avril’s friend Monique is in this video. This was Avril’s first time acting in a video.
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He Wasn’t
Director: The Malloys
Location: New York
Date: December 13, 2004
Length: 2:51 min
Facts: The pink slime that comes out of the walls at the end stayed in Avril’s hair for a few days.
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The Best Damn Thing


Girlfriend
Director: The Malloys
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Date: February 21 and 22, 2007
Length: 3:49 min
Facts: The Malloys also directed the Complicated and He Wasn’t videos, and Avril gets to play all 3 characters. Former guitarist Evan Taubenfeld and brother Matt appear as band members.
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Girlfriend (Remix) feat. Lil’ Mama
Director: R. Malcolm Jones
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Date: June 1, 2007
Length: 3:25 min
Facts: This is the first time Avril has done a music video of her own with another artist.
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When You’re Gone
Director: Marc Klasfeld
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Date: May 13, 2007
Length: 4:00 min
Facts: The video depicts the different meanings of the song: An elderly man missing his recently passed wife, a pregnant wife waiting for her husband to return home from war, and two young lovers who are determined to be together.
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Hot
Director: Matthew Rolston
Location: New Jersey, NJ
Date: September 8 and 9, 2007
Length: 3:23 min
Facts: The video was shot at the Beacon in New Jersey. It has a “1920s burlesque” theme.
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The Best Damn Thing
Director: Wayne Isham
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Date: February 28, 2008
Length: 3:10 min
Facts: The video features Avril’s brother Matt on guitar, her current (at the time) guitarist Jim Mcgorman, former guitarist Devin Bronson, and  former guitarist Evan Taubenfeld on drums. Avril also plays drums in the video and wears clothing from her “Abbey Dawn by Avril Lavigne” clothing line.
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Goodbye Lullaby


Alice
Director: Dave Meyers
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Date: January 26 and 27, 2010
Length: 3:32 min
Facts: From the soundtrack to Disney’s “Alice in Wonderland”. The original video features clips from the movie, and other “Alice” related themes
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What The Hell
Director: Marcus Raboy
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Date: December 3, 4 and 5, 2010
Length: 3:45 min
Facts: This was Avril’s first 3 day video shoot and the first music video ever shot in 3D! The video features a cameo by her mom, Judy, and brother, Matt. The video also features Avril’s clothing line Abbey Dawn, and fragrances Black Star and Forbidden Rose.
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Smile
Director: Shane Drake
Location: New York
Date: April 21, 2011
Length: 3:36 min
Facts: Avril decorated the set herself, using black, green, and pink spray paint
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Wish You Were Here
Director: Dave Meyers
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Date: August 9, 2011
Length: 3:47 min
Facts: Avril cried for real in this video. She said on Twitter “Just balled my eyes out for 20 mins on set of my new video for Wish You Were Here. REAL, raw & exposed for all of you xo” and “…the tears are real… no onions!!
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Goodbye
Director: Mark Liddell
Location: Los Angeles, CA (Chateau Marmont)
Date: February 2011
Length: 4:52 min
Facts: This was an online video for the fans. “Goodbye” talks about finding the strength to close one chapter of her life and move on to the next. Avril stated that it was the most personal song she has ever wrote and was the inspiration for the album’s title.
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Here’s To Never Growing Up
Director: Robert Hales
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Date: April 8 and 9, 2013
Length: 3:44 min
Facts: Avril throws back to her ‘Complicated’ days by dressing up exactly how she did in the video.
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Rock N Roll
Director: Chris Marrs Piliero
Location: Palmdale, CA
Date: July 25 and 26, 2013
Length: 5:01 min
Facts:  Avril plays a heroine in this comic book inspired video, trying to “Save Rock N Roll”. Actors Billy Zane, Danica McKellar, and Sid from SlipKnot all make appearances in the video.
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Let Me Go (feat. Chad Kroeger)
Director: Christopher Sims
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Date: October 3, 2013
Length: 5:06 min
Facts: Avril is represented as a ghost, attempting to get in touch with the man she loved. The man is Chad Kroeger, who is played by actor Herman Sinitzyn as an old man remembering his younger life.
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Hello Kitty
Director: Hisashi Kikuchi
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Date: March 18, 2014
Length: 3:18 min
Facts: Avril got involved in a lot of controversy for this video, coming under fire for allegations of being racist. Avril said on Twitter: “RACIST??? LOLOLOL!!! I love Japanese culture and I spend half of my time in Japan. I flew to Tokyo to shoot this video specifically for my Japanese fans, WITH my Japanese label, Japanese choreographers AND a Japanese director IN Japan.” The “Hello Kitty” music video was only used as an Asian promo single.
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Give You What You Like
Director: Rob Dipple
Location: Canada
Date: 2015
Length: 3:45 min
Facts: The song was never officially a single, but due to popular fan demand, a video was made. It also features clips from the movie “Babysitter’s Black Book”
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4th Album


Head Above Water
Director: Elliott Lester
Location: Los Angeles, CA and Iceland
Date: 7 days, August 2018
Length: 4:16 min
Facts: The gorgeous scenery was filmed in Iceland and is Avril’s first music video in 5 years. It depicts her struggles with Lyme Disease and keeping positive through her recovery journey.
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Other


Hundred Million
(by Treble Charger)
Director: Wendy Morgan
Location: Toronto, Canada
Date: May 27, 2002
Length: 2:52 min
Facts: Avril guest-starred in this video alongside fellow Canadian friends Sum 41, Swollen Members, and Gob for the band Treble Charger’s video. She basically just head banged and flicked off the camera.
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Knocking on Heaven’s Door (From the album “Peace Songs”)
Director: Marc Lostracco
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Date: 2003
Length: 3:01 min
Facts: Shows footage from war victims and Avril recording the song.
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Bethamphetamine (Pretty Pretty) (by Butch Walker)
Director: Moh Azima
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Date: July 2006
Length: 3:10 min
Facts: Avril plays the lead character, a troubled girl.
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Fly
Director: ?
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Date: 2005
Length: 3:01 min
Facts: Made for promo for The Avril Lavigne Foundation. Featuring clips from Special Olympics events.
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Spongebob Squarepants Theme Song
Director: ?
Location: ?
Date: 2004
Length: 0:45 min
Facts: The video features clips from the TV show
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Wavin’ Flag (Young Artists for Haiti)
Director: Dave Russell
Location: Vancouver, BC
Date: February 2010
Length: 4:14 min
Facts: Featuring Canadian artists like Drake, Nelly Furtado and Justin Bieber re-recording K’Naan’s hit
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Cheers (Drink to That) by Rihanna
Director: Evan Rogers and Ciara Pardo
Location: ?
Date: August 5, 2011
Length: 4:41 min
Facts: The song features a clip of Avril’s voice from “I’m With You”, so it’s very fitting that she appears in the video.
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“Head Above Water”
1st single from Avril’s upcoming album.
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AL6 – New album
Avril Lavigne’s sixth studio album.
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Abbey Dawn by Avril Lavigne
A clothing line that reflects Avril’s rock n’ roll lifestyle, and attitude towards fashion.

Charming (animated movie)
Avril Lavigne as Snow White.
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5th album: AVRIL LAVIGNE
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