Avril Lavigne to Launch Her First Fragrance

06/04/2008 at 03:03 PM ET

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Britney Spears already has her famous family of fragrances, and Christina Aguilera will launch her first American scent soon — and now it looks like pop’s edgier princess is getting in on the fragrance game too. Avril Lavigne has just confirmed to WWD that she’s inked a deal with Proctor & Gamble Prestige Products to create a perfume line directed at her teen fans. “Creating this fragrance is a fun process and I am looking forward to sharing it with everyone,” she tells the paper. And while there’s no official launch date yet, the fragrance is expected to hit stores sometime during the second half of 2009. Tell us: Will you wear Avril’s scent?

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Cassie on

No way. I’ll probably puke at the slightest whiff.

Julian L. on

She’s such a f’n loser. She wishes she were rocker, she just a pop flunky

Julian L. on


Dawn on

So she’s now like jessica and britney and christina.

Marie on

No I will not.
Sorry, I’m good on perfumes.
I’m not so into wearing perfumes just because a star designed it.
Sorry Avril, I’m sure it will be a success either way.

gloria woodman on

No I won’t wear it. It probably smells like a giant ego, Canadian bacon and desperation.

Cucumber eyes on

tnx… but no tnx…


Will it be called Punk-Poser for Teens? I would never give my money to a girl who long ago succumbed to delusions of Punk and/or Rock. And grandeur.

Anonymous on

nah dont like her

regla on

nah dont like her looks

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