Canadian singer Avril Lavigne took the stage for the first time in three years last night (Friday, September 8) to perform the song "Rockstar" with NICKELBACK during the band's concert at The Greek Theatre in Los Angeles, California. Also appearing with them was a fan named Owen, who was plucked out of the audience by NICKELBACK guitarist Ryan Peake.
NICKELBACK tweeted after the show: "You never know who will join us for 'Rockstar' karaoke. And tonight we got super lucky with these two rockstars. It just might be you next!"
Avril was married to NICKELBACK frontman Chad Kroeger for two years before the pair decided to split in 2015. They tied the knot in Canada in July 2013.
In 2015, Lavigne disclosed her debilitating battle with Lyme disease while Kroeger had a cyst removed from his vocal cords.
NICKELBACK is continuing to tour in support of it s ninth album, "Feed The Machine", which was released on June 16 via BMG.
You never know who will join us for 'Rockstar' karaoke. And tonight we got super lucky with these two rockstars. It just might be you next! pic.twitter.com/OFPAM6W3Vb
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