Avril Lavigne enters a movie theatre and views a film of her disintegrating relationship, set to her song "My Happy Ending." The film begins in bright color, but over time the color fades with the relationship.
The video centers around an impromptu concert held by Lavigne in a Los Angeles street intersection. It begins by showing multiple people of Lavigne's band promoting the concert in advance ... See full summary »
In the music video for "Nobody's Home", Lavigne plays a homeless teenager who appears to live street-to-street with a friend. Lavigne, who said it was a fun video to make, had to wear a ... See full summary »
The music video was directed by The Malloys and filmed at Golf N' Stuff in Norwalk, California. It features two girls: one with glasses and red hair (Lavigne), and one with a rebellious ... See full summary »
The video, directed by The Malloys, starts with Lavigne asking her band-mates if they want to "crash" the mall. They respond with enthusiasm, and skateboard there. The video features ... See full summary »
The single's music video, directed by photographer David LaChapelle, involves Lavigne, who is seen alone, trying to find someone, whilst her band members play the song alone in the streets.... See full summary »
Avril Lavigne in a secluded countryside singing about her life on the road and the struggles of everything around her changing. The video includes a few shots of her crying, and of her running to/away from the camera.