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In Australia, "Sk8er Boi" debuted at its peak position, number three, and remained a further week there. In the 2003 Grammy Awards edition, Lavigne received 5 nominations, including Best Female Rock Vocal Performance for "Sk8er Boi", but lost it to Sheryl Crow's "Steve Mc Queen".The song won "Favorite Song" at the 2003 Kids' Choice Awards, "Choice Music Single" at the 2003 Teen Choice Awards and "Best Pop Song" at "Socan Awards.
A." Reid, Lavigne moved to New York with the assistance of Reid.In the same year, she recorded a single, "El Pequeño Panda De Chapultepec", dedicated to Tohui, one of the first pandas born in captivity in Mexico.She was later invited to the Festival Internacional de la Canción de Viña del Mar in Chile.It was a success on TRL and was voted one of the best music videos of the decade by BT TV.The song was featured in all of the concerts and tours held by Lavigne, since her first, "Try to Shut Me Up Tour" (2002-2003) until her latest, "The Avril Lavigne Tour" (2013-2014).There, she began working on her debut album, Let Go, collaborating with a host of prime songwriters and producers.
During the sessions, they wrote 10 songs, with "Sk8er Boi" being one of the six songs on the album's final track list. And with the first video, there was some concern that maybe because it's so young and so playful, it might alienate more serious music lovers." The song's lyrics, including the line "He was a punk/She did ballet/What more can I say," were criticized.
Nick Reynolds of BBC Music called it "brilliant", considering the song "a classic high energy pop song with crunchy guitars and a great hook." He also praised its tale, calling it "as slick and clever as an episode of Buffy.
It bowls you over with its energy and sticks in your mind." Pat Blashill of Rolling Stone agreed, calling it "seventeen-year-old Lavigne's signature moment," further adding: "Over a rush of nouveau-punk guitar chords, she narrates a funny story line, but none of it would matter if Lavigne didn't have a voice, equal parts baby girl and husky siren, that seems capable of setting off car alarms several city blocks away." Robert Copsey of Digital Spy listed Lavigne's 7 best singles of all time, placing "Sk8er Boi" at number 4, saying: "Lavigne proved she was more than a one-hit wonder with her second single 'Sk8er Boi'.
It also received a Grammy nomination for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance at the 2003 edition.
Commercially, "Sk8er Boi" was a success, reaching the top-ten in more than ten countries, such as Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States (becoming Lavigne's second top ten single on the Billboard Hot 100 chart) and sold over 1.8 million copies worldwide.
The video centers around an impromptu concert held by Lavigne in a Los Angeles street intersection.