Avril Lavigne was banned from the Grammys for over a decade for this reason

Avril Lavigne wins the title pop punk princess in the 2000swhen in his style he rethought what was expected of an artist, because he did not follow the stereotypes held at the time and he always presented himself according to his personality, but it was precisely his rebellion that caused him to run against the Grammy organizers, because he had a ‘veto’ that did not allow him to return to the gala for more than a decade.

In the 2000s, Avril Lavigne won several titles, including the Guinness World Record as the youngest solo artist to top the UK charts. and fourth place on the list Rolling stone one of the best albums of the decade, having sold over 20 million Let Go glasses, but there was one thing he couldn’t get and that was the Grammys.

Back then, the Canadian singer appeared everywhere, be it television, magazines, billboards, and of course radio stations, so it was no surprise when in 2003, the Grammys announced six nominations in categories such as Song of the Year, Best Female Performance. . and Best Female Rock Performance, among others.

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Bets indicate that the singer will leave the ceremony with at least one statuette; However, Avril Lavigne didn’t win in any category and returned home empty-handed, something the famous person didn’t pay much attention to, because in the midst of the success he’s had, it’s irrelevant to him and when asked about his feelings for not winning the Canadian didn’t hesitate to make a comment that very honest, but which infuriated members of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences in the United States.

It’s an exaggerated gift and I don’t need it”, the singer said and based on this statement, she is no longer spoken of at the Grammys, neither as a nominee nor as a presenter and fans immediately reassured that she was vetoed, because despite the sales record she has, she simply doesn’t appear at the ceremony anymore.

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This veto charge ended in 2018 when he was named a “Grammy nominee” on the Grammy’s official Twitter account.

It was only in 2022 that Avril Lavigne returned to the red carpet at the event and was even tasked with delivering the award in the Best performance of a pop duo or group category.




Jordan Schuman

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