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Gymnasts Pitching Baseballs, Rejected Original Titles of Classic Albums, & Avril Lavigne Kisses Danica McKellar

Yep, they make out.

AVRIL LAVIGNE has released the video for her song "Rock N Roll", and it features DANICA MCKELLAR, who played Winnie Cooper on "The Wonder Years".

But it isn't just a simple cameo. In the middle of the video, the music stops . . . there's a weird skit about a drunk-driving dog . . . then Avril and Danica look at each other . . . and start MAKING OUT.

Avril does a "Wonder Years"-style voiceover during the kiss, in which she says, quote, "It was the first kiss for both of us. We never really talked about it afterward, but I think about the events of that day again and again, and somehow I know that Winnie does too."

The rest of the video is equally absurd. It starts with some sort of cell phone commercial for Sony . . . and it ends with Avril battling a BEAR-SHARK hybrid in such an over-the-top way that Syfy would be proud.

WARNING: There's UNCENSORED PROFANITY.

UltimateClassicRock.com and Diffuser.fm have teamed up to create a list of Rejected Original Titles of Classic Albums.

Some of them may be familiar to hardcore fans, but pretty much all of them aren't common knowledge.

Here are the ones they came up with:

The Beatles album "Revolver" was originally called "Abracadabra".

The Led Zeppelin album "Presence" was originally called "Obelisk".

The Pink Floyd album "The Dark Side of the Moon" was originally called "Eclipse".

The Rolling Stones album "Exile on Main St." was originally called "Tropical Disease".

The Who album "Tommy" was originally called "The Deaf, Dumb and Blind Boy".

The David Bowie album "Young Americans" was originally called "Shilling the Rubes".

The Clash album "London Calling" was originally called "The Last Testament".

The Elvis Costello album "Armed Forces" was originally called "Emotional Fascism".

The Smiths album "The Queen Is Dead" was originally called "Margaret on the Guillotine".

(Meaning Thatcher.)

The Beastie Boys album "Licensed to Ill" was originally called "Don't Be a [F]".

(That's the GAY SLUR that rhymes with SAGET. Yeah. That would've been something. The label blocked that for obvious reasons, and the Beastie Boys later apologized for their insensitivity.)

Last month, a female gymnast threw out the first pitch at a baseball game in South Korea by doing a crazy flip.

And apparently it was so popular on YouTube, they decided to do it again.

On Saturday, an actress-slash-Taekwondo expert threw out a crazy first pitch that was even BETTER.

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