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Hot is a song by Canadian singer/songwriter Avril Lavigne produced by Lukasz "Dr. Luke" Gottwald, and is the third single from Lavigne's third album, The Best Damn Thing. During an interview at the 2007 MuchMusic Video Awards, Lavigne implied that she planned to shoot a video for the song, which premiered on Yahoo on October 5. She performed the song on the 2007 MTV Europe Music Awards and on the July 6 episode of The Friday Night Project. It was played on the fourth episode of season three of MTV's The Hills. A Japanese version of the song was released as a ringtone in Japan, with the Japanese lyrics replacing the chorus. In China, a Mandarin version of the song was released which replaced the chorus and the introduction with Mandarin lyrics.
Hot peaked at #82 on the U.S. iTunes Store. It debuted at #95 on the Billboard Hot 100 over two months after its release, and fell off the chart the following week, becoming Avril's third weakest single in the U.S. to date (her second weakest being "Fall To Pieces", which peaked at #6 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100, with her weakest being "The Best Damn Thing (song)" which peaked at #7 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100). It failed to chart on the United World Chart, although its video on Youtube has generated over 10 million views.
Hot was one of Avril Lavigne's largest hits in Canada. It debuted at #24 on the Canadian Top 40 Radio Chart and at #87 on the Canadian Hot 100. Hot was the most added song to radio in that week. It has peaked at #10 on the Canadian Hot 100 and #3 on the Canadian Top 40 Radio Chart. It ended as 59th biggest-selling single as of 2007.
In Australia, Hot has received high radio airplay and has circulated around the top ten in interactive radio chart shows. It debut at #42 on the ARIA Singles Chart with no physical single release and gradually climbed to #24 a few weeks later. After its physical single release, the song rose to its peak of #14. It has been certified Gold for sales of 35,000 units.
Hot debuted at #51 on UK Singles Chart and later peaked at #30 on its release date, but fell to #33 the week after, and has not yet been able to climb any higher. This is now Lavigne's lowest-charting UK single since "Nobody's Home", which peaked at #24.
Hot debuted on Top 40 Radio Charts in America in January 2008. On The ARC Charts it was #39 the first week and then moving up 2 spots to #37 the second week (www.rockonthenet.com). It has since dropped out of the chart.
The lyrics of the song "Hot" follow the emotional roller coaster brought on by a girl who has feelings for a boy with whom her friends say she shouldn't. The first verse is her admitting to herself what she feels in an almost diary-candid style. She secretly admits to wanting to lock him up in her closet "when no one's around." To secretly "put his hand in her pocket." To kiss him "without a sound." She then decides that the opinion of others doesn't matter to her, and proceeds to declare "I want to stay this way forever, and I'll say it loud!" She professes that he's in her head (and heart) and it's too late for him to get out.
The chorus is riotous display of her feelings, and she seems to release it all, yelling "You make me so hot!" "You make me want to scream!" The song structurally takes a dramatic turn during the bridge in which she drops the persona of being crazy in love to candidly tell her lover how real and raw her emotions are, aside from the public display: "Kiss me gently. Always, I know: Hold me; love me. Don't ever go."