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Avril Lavigne Launches 'What The Hell TV'

Monday, 14 February 2011 Written by Jon Stickler
Avril Lavigne Launches 'What The Hell TV'

What The Hell TV is now broadcasting on the bandpage tab on Avril’s website, Facebook, and also her YouTube channel. Follow Avril daily on WTH TV as she travels to Paris, England, Italy, Hong Kong, Japan, NYC and Canada to promote her new album 'Goodbye Lullaby'.

In addition to WTH TV, Avril is coming to London on Wednesday 16th February for a special 'Goodbye Lullaby' preview and SonyMusic are giving FIFTY lucky Avril fans the chance to get themselves and a friend a place on the guestlist.

The event will comprise the UK première of the 3D video for current single What The Hell, an exclusive first listen of the new album 'Goodbye Lullaby' (out 7th March) and a Question and Answer session with Avril Lavigne in person. To be in with a chance fans must sign up here

Check out the video to Avril Lavigne's current single 'What The Hell' below.






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