In a video posted to her social media account Monday, the Canadian songstress is lip-syncing her means by way of the 2002 hit.
Set in opposition to a sunny seaside backdrop, Lavigne is wearing black shorts and a T-shirt, full with a crimson and blue striped tie.
Because the tune will get to the refrain, “He was a skater boy/She stated, ‘See ya later, boy,'” the digital camera shifts from Lavigne to skilled skateboarder Tony Hawk — now carrying the tie — as he performs stunts on a beachfront ramp.
Although now in his fifties, Hawk is the final word skater boy, having taken up the game when he was 9 years outdated after his brother gave him his first board — and turning skilled simply 5 years later.
Hawk dominated skateboarding competitions within the Nineteen Eighties and 90s. He was named prime vert — quick for vertical — skater yearly from 1984 to 1996. He gained 73 titles and has invented dozens of skateboarding strikes.
Lavigne’s TikTok video was timed to coincide with Go Skateboarding Day, an annual celebration of the game which first started in California in 2004.
Within the video, the proficient singer tentatively leaps off the ramp solely to come back off the board and fall on her palms and knees. However that doesn’t deter her from getting straight again on and having one other, reasonably extra profitable, try.
Lavigne commented on the put up: “Thanks for educating me to drop in Sk8er Man… legend.”
This was not the musician’s first public outing on a board.
“Hope this makes you snort as arduous because it’s made my associates and I snort all week,” she wrote within the accompanying caption. “That is what I get for sk8ing in my slippers and costume.”