Canadian singer Avril Lavigne gave the first performance after a long struggle with Lyme disease, which she was diagnosed with in 2014.
30-year-old singer in the night of Saturday, spoke at the opening ceremony of the World Special Olympic games in Los Angeles. Lavigne, which is more than a year did not appear in public, presented her new single called “Fly”.
“The world is within each of us. Soon you will realize that it is time to fly” — sung in a new song Avril.
After the performance, the singer has published on his page in the social network touching post, in which he thanked fans for their support:
“I am honored to present his new song Fly at the opening ceremony of the Special Olympics. All proceeds will go to support these Games. It was an amazing night for me. Congratulations to all athletes! And thank you to everyone who is supporting my Foundation the Avril Lavigne Foundation! It’s been a tough year for me, a year of struggle with Lyme disease, and I’m incredibly glad that I was able to speak today. Thank you for your support and wish you a pleasant listening to my new songs! I wrote this song to support people who are faced with enormous obstacles and difficulties. Kiss!”, — stated in the message of the singer.