Joy Villa, award-winning recording artist and political activist, took the opportunity to wear another bold pro-Trump inspired gown at the Grammy Awards on Sunday. The 28-year-old artist showed up in a red, white, and blue ensemble. She started posing for the cameras in a “white form-fitting coverlet adorned with blue sequins and white stars,” as described by Fox News. She then took off the white outer layer and revealed a red dress embellished with white letters saying “TRUMP” down the center and “2020” along the bottom.
The back of the dress had the word “IMPEACHED” down the center and “RE-ELECTED” along the bottom. Villa also had a large red feather pinned to her hair and had a little black bag with the Republican Party’s elephant symbol. Known for making political statements on the red carpet, Villa confidently posed for the cameras.
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According to The Hollywood Reporter, “both the gown and Villa’s white coat with cape sleeves, crafted of surplus white mesh sports fabric that a company donated to designers in Portland, according to the musician, were custom-made by Desi Allinger of Desi Designs, as was her red ostrich feather hair accessory.”
The 2020 Grammy Awards is the third event where she showed support for Trump through her clothing. In February 2019, Villa “dressed as a barbed-wire border wall and a red Make America Great Again purse,” as reported by Fox News. “Well to no surprise, I’m still a Trump supporter and supporting the president and what he’s doing. This is my Make America Great Again purse and dress is by Desi Designs Couture, and it represents the wall,” she said last year.