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Found: Avril Lavigne’s Sk8er Boi, 18 years on

Turns out that Avril Lavigne’s Ska8er Boi didn’t grow up to be a superstar rockin’ on his guitar after all…

Back in October, Coheed And Cambria mused on what actually happened to Jesse from Rick Springfield’s 80s hit Jesse’s Girl, solving the mystery by writing a sequel in which everything’s gone wrong and it’s all kinds of horror flick now. They even got Rick on board. In similar fashion, American Idol contestant and Tik-Tok bloke Jax tracked what happened to the lad from Avril Lavignes 2002 banger Sk8er Boi. 

He ain’t doing so well. In the song, Avril had the last laugh as the one who ended up with him as he became a rock star, leaving the snooty ballerina who laughed at his baggy clothes wishing she’d had to foresight to realise he’d become rich and thus worth her affection. Or something. Anyway, he was in a band for a bit, but he’s an unemployed, cheating dirtbag now. 

@jaxwritessongs

Update from Avril Lavigne & Sk8er Boi 18 years later 🤘🏼 #fypシ #foryou #viral #xyzbca @leum.cozack

♬ Sk8er Boi JAX - Jax

Next up, we want to know what happened to Stacy’s Mom. Internet, you have your mission…

READ THIS: A Deep Dive Into Avril Lavigne’s Sk8er Boi Video

Posted on December 8th 2020, 11:04a.m.
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