Avril Lavigne Shares Her Very First TikTok Clip In Collaboration With ‘Sk8er Boi’ Tony Hawk And Fans Can’t Believe She Hasn’t Aged At All!

Fans have seemingly been waiting for a really long time for this, which is why they were super excited to see none other than Avril Lavigne also joining TikTok! With that being said, it’s safe to say that her debut post on the popular platform was a huge success!

The pop-pink princess shared a clip in which she was lip-syncing to her 2002 song, Sk8er Boi, while rocking that iconic blue and red necktie from the music video.

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At the time, she seemed to be in her backyard and when the chorus hits, the clip transitions to show not Avril, but an actual skater boy, none other than Tony Hawk, who proceeds to do some tricks on the ramp while also wearing the iconic tie!

@avrillavigne He was a… @tonyhawk #GoSkateboarding #sk8rboi ♬ Sk8er Boi – Avril Lavigne

Fans were really impressed by Avril’s first post on TikTok and a lot of them gushed over her unchanging beauty in the comment section.

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Here are some of their thoughts watching the clip: ‘So … we all just non-aging vampires now?!’ / ‘HOW DO YOU LOOK EXACTLY THE SAME’ / ‘can we get the beauty secrets? You didn’t age.’

This TikTok was quite the surprise to her supporters, despite the fact that she and Willow Smith were spotted shooting something together earlier this week, many expecting to see Willow alongside Avril in something, as a result.

It just seems like they will have to wait a little longer for that one!

In the meantime, Willow also confirmed that Avril would be part of her upcoming album so new music is coming as well!

During an interview for V Magazine not too long ago, Willow Smith shared that ‘I am so excited that I am going to be having a song on the album with Avril Lavigne. She’s so iconic. From 13 to 16, she was my idol. It is so nice to be able to have a quintessential pop-punk record with the pop-punk queen.’

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