Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 19 April 2014

Avril Lavigne married Chad Kroeger?

Avril Lavigne

Avril Lavigne is believed to have wed Nickelback singer Chad Kroeger in the south of France, after her PR boss tweeted about it.

The solo singer is thought to have wed the Nickelback front man in the south of France on Saturday.

Mike Heller, CEO of the Talent Resources company who represents the star, revealed the news via Twitter.

“I'm in south of France about to see my little Rok star #avril get married I am so happy to be part of this special celebration,” he posted.

Mike revealed that he would not be sharing images of the nuptials with fans though since it was not his ceremony.

He added that guests of the bride and groom were in high spirits.

“No pictures will be sent since this is #avril wedding but I will tell you everyone is so excited,” he wrote.

The 28-year-old explained she was planning an extravagant wedding to Chad, who she fell in love with while collaborating in the studio.

Avril commented that she was equally as interested in putting on a good show for attendees as she was to please herself.

“I just want to make sure I really enjoy this amazing time and I want all the guests who come to have this once in a lifetime experience,” she previously told Us Weekly. “I want everyone to say, 'Wow!' and for it to be special for everyone, not just us.”

The pop star used to be married to Sum 41 star Deryck Whibley.

She got to know 38-year-old Chad last summer while recording her fifth studio album.

“I feel most beautiful when I'm around Chad,” she told Canada’s Hello! magazine. “He makes me feel so beautiful, and I'm not one who really dresses up that much. I'm usually in the studio in regular, comfy clothes. I wear some pretty out-there designs. He likes my style - he thinks I'm cute.”

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