10, 2019, celebs walked the red carpet ahead of the 61st Annual Grammy Awards, and a select few used fashion to show off their political opinions. She accessorized with a "Make America Great Again" purse and barbed wire. On one of the biggest nights for the music industry, Villa dressed as a wall, complete with barbed wire.
"I'm part Latina. I'm black and I believe in what the President's saying", she told the Los Angeles Times. As noted by The Hollywood Reporter, she wore an off-the-shoulder silver cape that mimicked steel, under which she donned a white deep-neck gown designed by Desi Lee Allinger-Nelson of Desi Designs Couture that featured a brick-like pattern.
Villa has shared her conservative views at the Grammys before. It seems that Joy Villa knew that all too well, making a very explicit statement through her outfit choice last night.
Our first amendment right is free speech, so we should all be able to weigh in and think about what the president does", she said, adding: "There's tons Trump supporters out there all of different colors. After her 2017 Grammys stunt, Villa's music also shot to the top of the charts.
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"Well to no surprise, I'm still a Trump supporter and supporting the president and what he's doing", she said. The consequent publicity resulted in her album I Make the Static reaching number 1 among digital downloads on Amazon and iTunes in the US.
The singer, songwriter stepped onto the red carpet Sunday evening in a striking look, which included bedazzled boots, mirrored glasses and a red, white and blue jacket. "I support what the president says about building the wall, so that's what this dress represents", she also said. "I never understand LGBTQ+ people who support him".
"It's an opportunity to show the world who I am on the red carpet, which to me is the same as a stage".
On the front of the jacket, the message read: "Keep America great". I want to "wow" people.