(Yahoo!) - On the path from teenager to adult, many pop stars and celebrities go through a rebellious phase, embracing shocking and provocative imagery and exhibiting crass, self-indulgent behavior that symbolizes them breaking the bonds of youth and mainstream society – or something like that. Other performers take a little longer to lash out and provoke controversy.
In her new video for "Rock N Roll," Avril Lavigne, 28, has recruited actress Danica McKellar, 38, best known for her role as innocent Winnie Cooper on "The Wonder Years," which ran from 1988 to 1993.
McKellar isn't so innocent in "Rock N Roll." She's part of Avril's bad girl heroine squad and even shares a kiss with the "Sk8er Boi" singer.
After Lavigne and McKellar's characters survive a car crash, McKellar leans over, softly places her hands on Lavigne's cheeks and says, "It’s going to be okay." Then, in a move that makes Madonna's 2003 MTV Video Music Awards kiss with Britney Spears look like Michael Jackson's wedding smooch with Lisa Marie Presley, Lavigne puts both of her own hands on McKellar’s and the two share a passionate lip-lock. The scene is accompanied by a voiceover reminiscent of Kevin Arnold’s dialogues from "The Wonder Years."
*Warning: Explicit language