Avril Lavigne and Chad Kroeger Reunite to do a Collaboration After Announcing Split a Month Ago
After singer Avril Lavigne announced her split from husband, musician Chad Kroeger, the two reunite once more. Only a month after the announcement, the pair proved that they are in good terms even after breaking up.
A month ago, Avril Lavigne announced that she and her husband, Nickelback Musician Chad Kroeger are breaking up after two years of being married. However, just last Saturday, the 31-year-old singer posted on her instagram account a photo stating in the caption that she is writing music with Kroeger again. She captioned in her post "YeeHaw!Writing with Chad today" according to Daily Mail. In the photo, she was relaxing on a black leather couch. She also added another post, one of Chad in it with the caption "Back where it all started". The two appear to be collaborating once more on what seems to be new music in a working progress.
The couple seem to be in such good terms despite their recent separation. It can be recalled that last month, Avril shared a photo on her instagram from her and Chad's wedding in France. In the post, Billboard reports that Avril stated "It is with heavy heart that Chad and I announce our separation today." She also added how she was not only devastated of ending their marriage, but their music collaboration as well. She assured that they will remain the best of friends which they have already proven by still writing music together despite the separation.
It hasn't been much of a surprise to their fans that the due are collaborating again. They will always care deeply for each other as reported by Entertainment News Online. To look back, the couple had their rock and roll wedding last July 2013. They were only surrounded by a few of their family members and their closest friends.
Despite believing that they are not meant to be together romantically, they certainly know how good they are together in the music industry. Their new collaboration is something their fans will definitely wait for.