Joy Villa dresses as Trump’s border wall at 2019 Grammys

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Joy Villa once again found a way to make a political statement on the 2019 Grammysred carpet.

For the third year in a row, the singer, 27, communicated her support for right-wing causes via her ensemble. This time, Villa arrived in a dress inspired by President Trump’s border wall: a white gown featuring an all-over brick pattern and the words “BUILD THAT WALL” written in red across the rear.

She accessorized her gown with a spiked tiara, barbed wire shoulder pieces and a red clutch emblazoned with “Make America Great Again,” Trump’s campaign slogan.

Last year, the musician used her outfit to promote the pro-life movement, wearing a white gown painted with the silhouette of a fetus and a purse that read “choose life.” 

And in 2016, Villa made a name for herself by stepping out in a blue mermaid-style gown that read “Make America Great Again” on the front and “TRUMP”across on the hemline in blinged-out letters.

The headline-grabbing dress subsequently led to a spike in Villa’s record sales; time will tell if her wall-inspired look does the same.
Joy Villa attends the 61st Annual Grammy Awards at the Staples Center on Feb. 10 in Los Angeles.


This year, Villa kept things equally political on the red carpet and explained why she wore the controversial dress. 

 “I’m part Latina. I’m black, and I believe in what the president’s saying,” the singer told The Los Angeles Times on Sunday. 


People on Twitter had a lot to say about Villa’s antics: 

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