Once inside, she ditched the shell and showed off a low-cut gown emblazoned with bricks and a back that read, "BUILD THE WALL".
The gown was created by Desi Lee Allinger-Nelson of Desi Designs Couture, Villa told The Hollywood Reporter. "Seventy percent of the heroin in our nation is brought in through Mexico", Villa said. Not to keep people out, but protect the citizens of our country. It's not about race. "It's an opportunity to show the world who I am on the red carpet, which to me is the same as a stage. But the rebel in me was like, 'I have to come out and support the president'".
Singer Joy Villa dressed as a border wall, complete with barb wire, during the Grammys on February 10.
Singer Ricky Rebel also wore a Trump-inspired ensemble to the Grammys. Be #TheNewAlpha Don't let anyone keep you in the closet.
Last year, Villa, who gave up a child for adoption, opted to make a pro-life statement with her gown.
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When American singer-songwriter Joy Villa arrived at the Grammy Awards on Sunday afternoon, she was a vision in silver.
Although Villa has been nothing if not consistent in her support of the president and his policies, some were surprised to see her still wearing outfits in his honor considering in December of of 2017 she accused Trump's former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski of sexual misconduct.
Villa wasn't the only star who hit the Grammys dressed in a Trump-inspired look.
Rebel explained that he wanted to channel an alpha on the red carpet. The consequent publicity resulted in her album I Make the Static reaching number 1 among digital downloads on Amazon and iTunes in the US. "I support what the president says about building the wall, so that's what this dress represents". I want to "wow" people.
That year, her mermaid-style dress was red, white, and blue, and, like her purse at this year's awards show, said "Make America Great Again".
"I grew up in theater, so I've always used costume as a way to express myself", Villa told THR.