Avril Lavigne Is The New Gwen Stefani In Her "Hello Kitty" Video

It's bad. Really bad. See ya l8r, girl.

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    Avril Lavigne sure has changed from the cool tie-wearing rebel we once loved. In her new video, "Hello Kitty," she's got a bunch of Japanese backup dancers and uses words like "arigato" and "kawaii." It's Gwen Stefani's harajuki girls all over again.

    The song, co-written by her and her hubby Chad Kroeger, seems to just be a pile of Japanese stuff shoved into a cupcake and served in a confusing gift box. It's not good.

    Plus, people online have taken issue with the cultural appropriation inherent in a white girl dancing around like she's Japanese.

    It's as bad as the SNL sketch "Japanese America Fun Time Now!"

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