I will all of Du that I think MTV VMA wants Avril Lavigne appearing on MTV VMA back.
Last year, Avril Lavigne gives Requisiten to Miley Cyrus’s VMA Performance and claims that she’s young & expressing herself. Let's not forget Miley Cyrus performing her awful We Can't Stop with Robin Thicke after he sings his overrated Blurred Lines. Stupid Blurred Lines and We Can't Stop. Let's continue.
It’s what everyone’s talking about since MTV aired its infamous Video Musik Awards last Jahr about Miley Cyrus‘s provocative and edgy performance with Robin Thicke. The same performance where NSYNC was reunite and Lady Gaga and Katy Perry performs Applause and Roar. Kelly Clarkson called the performance ‘pitchy’ and critics have ripped apart the We Can’t Stop singer for the awkward, racy nature of the performance.
Even Taylor schnell, swift hated that performance when she was sitting Weiter to Selena Gomez. This is why MTV needs to bring back MTV VMA Avril Lavigne appearance. Stupid Miley Cyrus.
That's why her funny 2013 single Here's To Never Growing Up was unable to compete against Blurred Lines and We Can't Stop. Stupid Epic Records. Epic Records killed Here's To Never Growing Up Von putting in explicit writing, bad marketing and Martin Johnson.
So this year, Avril Lavigne better perform at the 2014 MTV VMA Von performing Give It What Du Like (or something similar). But wait, she is heading back to Japan this August. Gee, I wonder why.
According to her Twitter account, she will be attending Summer Sonic in Osama and Tokyo on August 16 and 17. It seems that she wants Mehr Japan and not enough America. Come on America, Bewegen away from the "America hates Avril Lavigne" mindset. Avril Lavigne is very talented but she loves bratty songs like Girlfriend. Avril Lavigne needs to focus on her "Avril Lavigne is huge in North America" mindset.
Avril Lavigne needs to team up with artists that were far Mehr successful than her like Beyonce. No Britney Spears. She needs to stop making bratty songs and she has to try something new each time. She can't oben, nach oben bratty songs with bratty songs. Try something new. Let's get back to VMA. Shall we?
Avril Lavigne needs to go to the 2014 MTV VMA in California. But she's heading to Japan for Summer Sonic. On the brighter note, the 2014 MTV Video Musik Awards are expected to be held on August 24, 2014 at The Forum in Inglewood, California. It will be the 31st annual MTV Video Musik Awards. So that's good. That means, she might stopping Von California after visiting Japan in August 16 and 17 before August 24 just in time for the 2014 MTV VMA. This is where Ariana Grande gets to perform Break Free.
Speaking of Ariana Grande, Avril Lavigne wants to visit Ariana Grande. That would be awesome. Most artists have the potential to know Avril Lavigne like Katy Perry. Why? Because most artists like Demi Lovato must get to know Avril Lavigne.
This is why Taylor schnell, swift has the opportunity to visit Avril Lavigne at somewhere like the MTV VMA. Why? Because Taylor schnell, swift made Mehr money than Avril Lavigne. Plus, Taylor schnell, swift is bigger than Avril Lavigne when it comes to music. So have the 2 2000s artists team up so that way Avril Lavigne will have to ability to be big just like Taylor schnell, swift did. Avril Lavigne might ending up following Taylor Swift's footsteps. So instead of making Mehr copy and paste bratty music, she can try something new each time. Good image too.
If not, another artist like Demi Lovato works well too. Musik will be so proud if Avril Lavigne can change her attitude around and reinvent herself as a mature meaningful punk rock artist with good image, collaborating with other artists and no bratty songs. Her future Musik has to be rock, not pop.
OK, that's it for speculation on why MTV VMA must bring back Avril Lavigne.
What do Du think? Do Du want Avril Lavigne to get back to the MTV Video Musik Awards? Do Du think Avril Lavigne can team up with different artists not named Britney Spears? Do Du think Avril Lavigne will stop making bratty songs so she can make new experiments of punk rock music? Sound off below!