Avril Lavigne Tells Off Topless Protestor During Juno Awards: “Get The F*ck Off, B*tch”

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I feel like we’re living in a time where you can expect something wild to happen at just about any sporting event, concert, or even award ceremony (basically anything that’s on live TV).

From fights, to streakers, and even celebrity confrontations, it just feels like something is about to go down every time you flip the TV to a live event. Hell, you can’t even go to a museum without some weirdo throwing a can of soup on a priceless painting and then gluing themselves to the floor.

Last night, singer/songwriter Avril Lavigne was onstage at the Juno Awards, introducing musician AP Dhillon in Edmonton, Canada last night.

Everything appeared to be going as planned, when all of a sudden a woman pops up in the corner of the stage, wearing pink pants and a pink bandana, and absolutely zero clothing on top for not only everybody in the crowd, but the whole world to see as she slowly danced around the stage.

The cameras got a good luck at her initially, until they immediately zoomed in on Lavigne to take the focus away from the protesting streaker.

Lavigne tried to ignore it at first, but you could tell it was getting harder for her to focus with this bozo still on stage.

She turned around, looked at the woman, and said:

“Get the f*ck off. Get the f*ck off, b*tch.”

And Lavigne was met with tons of applause and cheers from the crowd.

Finally, security arrived to the scene and escorted her off stage, and according to TMZ, it’s still unclear if the woman was arrested.

With “Save the Greenbelt” written on her skin, she seemed to be protesting logging in Canada’s old growth forests. The Greenbelt is a protected area of farm and forest lands located in Ontario, Canada, particularly near the Golden Horseshoe.

Lavigne later joked about the situation for the TikTok Juno Fan Choice Award, saying:

“Now nobody try anything this time or the Canadian’s gonna come out of me and I’ll f*ck a b*tch up.”

Aren’t Canadians known to be… friendly?

Anyways, besides the point. It was yet another wild moment at yet another awards ceremony.

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