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Avril Lavigne Strips for Blender Magazine

WWW- [Fox News]- Punk princess Avril Lavigne may be married now, but she still has no problem letting the world “Under Her Skin.”

The 22-year-old music mogul posed topless in a short skirt and fishnets for the June cover of Blender magazine, accompanied by a “Hell Yeah, I’m Hot” headline.

Miss Lavigne was not only snapped flashing her flesh, she was also drinking whiskey and smoking a cigarette in the shots.

Despite the controversial photos, Avril is still slamming Britney Spears for promoting a poor pop-idol image.

“She has paparazzi at her house every day,” Lavigne told Australian newspaper the Townsville Bulletin. “Then she does things that are crazy, so everyone talks about it.”

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