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Friday 25 July 2014

Avril and Chad plan first dance

Avril Lavigne announced her engagement in August

Avril Lavigne has revealed she and Chad Kroeger are planning to dance to one of their own songs at their wedding.

The Here's To Never Growing Up singer and the Nickelback rocker are planning their nuptials but Avril isn't sure about singing at the ceremony.

She told ET Canada: "I don't want to feel like I'm working at it, because I'll be like thinking, 'OK, I've got to sing, so I've got to perform.'

"I think that we'll just kind of play a song that's maybe a song we wrote together as our first dance song, I don't know."

Avril, 28, and Chad, 38, got together last year when they met to co-write a track for the Sk8er Boi singer's new album, and announced their engagement in August.

They co-wrote her latest single Here's To Never Growing Up, and also a duet they sing together on the album.

Avril - who was previously married to Sum 41 rocker Deryck Whibley - admitted Chad has taken a back seat when it comes to planning the ceremony.

She said: "I want to go all out with this wedding. What's most important is getting the dress, getting the wardrobe, the rings, location booked. All that's taken care of.

"[Chad] doesn't even know everything... I think when it comes to menu and stuff like that, I'll get his opinion, but I kind of like leading the way and he's just letting me do my thing.

"I think he's happy with the direction it's going in... I'm glad he's OK with my style because it's a little out there, and he's like, 'Yeah, do it, do your thing, whatever.' He's stoked. We're excited."

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