On the Ryan Seacrest show on Tuesday, Chad joked about how if he would be doing the planning for their wedding, Steel Panther would be playing. Well, that actually might be happening! Check out this video that Satchel & Lexxi from the band posted. What do you think?

Steel Panther is a heavy metal band from Los Angeles, California mostly known for their profane and humorous lyrics as well as their exaggerated on-stage personas that reimagine and parody the heavy metal music and lifestyle of the 1980s.

Given that Avril said that their wedding will have a theme, do you think that with Steel Panther playing, that theme might be 1980s/rock stars? Interesting!


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BILLBOARD INTERVIEW: Avril Lavigne: New Album Is 'All Over The Place'

Avril Lavigne: New Album Is 'All Over The Place'

Singer's fifth full-length will include pop-rock tunes, piano ballads and a Marilyn Manson collaboration.

First, a clarification: when Avril Lavigne kicks off her new single "Here's To Never Growing Up" with the line "Singing Radiohead at the top of our lungs," she is not talking about "The Gloaming."

"'Creep'!" she exclaims when asked about the line. The explanation makes sense: like the 1992 Radiohead classic, "Here's To Never Growing Up" features a fat, sweeping hook that's more fun to sing along to with a handful of other people by your side. The lead single from Lavigne's forthcoming fifth album, due out this summer, was released on late Monday night (Apr. 8), and previews what the 28-year-old singer-songwriter describes as a highly eclectic new full-length.

"The record's really diverse," Lavigne tells Billboard. "We've got these pop-rock tunes, and then these piano ballads with orchestras. I have a heavier song that Marilyn Manson's on called 'Bad Girl,' and then I've got a song called 'Hello Kitty' that sounds like nothing I've done before. 'Here's To Never Growing Up' is one of the rock tunes on it, but it's all over the place."

The still-untitled new LP is a departure for Lavigne in the sense that the album marks her first new record for Epic after leaving RCA Records. But the follow-up to 2011's "Goodbye Lullaby" will likely be a radical thematic change from its predecessor: that album, led by the single "What The Hell," was a more pensive effort that was co-produced by the singer's ex-husband, Sum 41 frontman Deryck Whibley. "Goodbye Lullaby's" commercial performance was also underwhelming, selling 363,000 copies to date according to Nielsen SoundScan (Lavigne's best-seller is her 2002 debut "Let Go," with 6.8 million copies sold).

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Avril's first TV appearance to promote "Here's To Never Growing Up" will be an interview on Chelsea Lately this Thursday, April 11 (thats tomorrow!). Tune in or come back to this page Friday morning for the video.

She will also be performing the track for the first time on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on Friday, April 26.


iTunes has replaced their "Here's To Never Growing Up" with the uncensored version. If you have already bought it, apparently (I have not done this so don't get mad at me if it doesn't work) you can delete the one you already bought, and iTunes will let you re-download for free (since this one is just a replacement and not an actual different audio file). Enjoy!




Avril and Chad were spotted stepping out in Los Angeles, April 8.


Here is the "Here's To Never Growing Up" lyric video! Did you make the cut?

You can see me at 17 seconds with the reindeer ears (and same pic again at 2:41 and 2:56)!!! HAHAHA


Avril was with Ryan Seacrest this morning for the radio debut of "Here's To Never Growing Up". Here is a summary of what they talked about (Chad was also with her)

- Since Avril loves Hello Kitty so much there is a song on the new record called "Hello Kitty". It's an "aggressive" song and sounds like nothing she has ever done before. She also sings in Japanese on the song!
- Avril loves a song called "Bad Girl" and its a heavier sounding song and Marilyn Manson is featured on it! WOW!!
- "Here's To Never Growing Up" was recorded about a month ago and LA Reid wanted to release it right away but Avril wanted to wait
- Avril is STILL IN THE STUDIO recording the new album. She has one more song to write still
- A lot of "power ballads" on the new album. Piano and string ballads, and a duet with Chad!
- Avril and Chad have a song that they wrote that they will be using especially for the wedding! AWWWW :)
- The wedding will be smaller, but still spectacular and with a theme

And the most important...
- Avril said that the fifth album will be released THIS SUMMER!


Avril's first single "Here's To Never Growing Up" from her still untitled fifth album is now officially available for purchase on iTunes! Support Avril and show her how much we have missed her!


Don't miss Avril live On Air with Ryan Seacrest, April 9 at 9am EST.


WOW! Avril looks vampire-ish in this new gothic style promo picture for "Here's To Never Growing Up"/fifth album.

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