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These Pictures Of Avril Lavigne And Bruce Willis Are So, So Awk

The Avril Lavigne Effect is real.

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As I'm sure you know, there is this thing called "The Avril Lavigne Effect."

The Avril Lavigne Effect occurs when Avril Lavigne poses with other human beings.

In these situations, Avril Lavigne actually REPELS people.

And it's probably the most awkward thing ever.

The Avril Lavigne Effect doesn't only affect normals. It also affects famous people like Bruce Willis.

I'm sure you probably had NO IDEA, but in 2006, Bruce Willis and Avril Lavigne voiced characters in some cartoon movie called Over the Hedge.

Their red carpet pictures are very, very awkward.

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It's like Avril can't even see Bruce.

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It's like Bruce doesn't even exist.

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Bruce whispers: "Notice me, Avril"

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Bruce internally screams: "NOTICE MEEEE!!!"

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*Bruce internally hums the lyrics to "Complicated"*

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"I see the way you're acting like you're somebody else, gets me frustrated."

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Meanwhile, Avril's all like: "Chill out, what you yellin' for?"

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OK, anyways, here's another pic of Avril and Bruce:

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Here's another:

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Another:

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Really cute one right here:

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Love this one:

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Adorable:

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And this one is just mean:

The end.
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The end.

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