Twitter Can't Handle Joy Villa's Outrageous Border Wall-Inspired 2019 Grammys Look

12 February, 2019, 03:25 | Author: Norman Carr
  • Villa at the 2018 Grammys. More

While she argues that her unwavering support for MAGA is based on politics, some have speculated that these red carpet looks are more about her remaining relevant and pushing her brand as a singer.

Joy Villa opened up about being subjected to "hatred" and "racism" after hitting the 61st annual Grammy Awards red carpet sporting a bold gown inspired by President Donald Trump's campaign promises. "This is what I believe in", Villa told Variety's Marc Malkin.

Created by Desi Designs Couture, it's worth noting that the designer's Instagram announcement includes this disclaimer along with a picture of her client Villa.

Villa appeared on the event's red carpet wearing a headpiece reminiscent of the Statue of Liberty's headpiece and decorative "barbed wire" atop her shoulders.

Villa, an outspoken Trump supporter, has become known for using her Grammy looks to make pointed statements. "I 100% support the wall & our President @realDonaldTrump".

"I grew up in theater, so I've always used costume as a way to express myself", Villa said.


At last years Grammy Awards she also wore a white dress with a hand-painted baby inside of a rainbow uterus on it along with a purse bearing the slogan, "Choose Life". "I never understand LGBTQ+ people who support him".

A native of Orange County, Villa is also a noted Scientologist, a self-described vegan bodybuilder, and a former Bernie Sanders supporter (she's since deleted tweets endorsing the Vermont senator).

Villa at the 2018 Grammys. After her 2017 Grammys stunt, Villa's music also shot to the top of the charts.

The US saw a government shutdown in recent months, after Congress failed to agree on a budget, which included funds for the building of a wall at the US and Mexico border. Eventually she decided Trump needed public support. (70% of heroin is from Mexico) More illegal women getting sexually assaulted (1 in 3 who try to make it in)?

"I voted for the person who wanted to heavily vet refugees".

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