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

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

Singers Joy Villa and Ricky Rebel both used the red carpet to spread their pro-Trump messages.

TRUMP-supporting singer Joy Villa made a political statement at the Grammys in a "build the wall" dress complete with barbed wire and a MAGA handbag.

Villa, known more for her support of the President than for her music, wore a Make America Great Again gown at the 2017 Grammy Awards and a pro-life dress with an image of a foetus at the show in 2018.

Here, Villa is pictured attending the 61st Annual GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center on February 10, 2019, in Los Angeles, California. "I support what the President says about building the wall, so that's what this dress represents".

"Ignore it, keep preaching what I believe in and say, 'Hey listen, there's a place for all beliefs, '" she told the news outlet.

Desi Designs Couture, the designer of Villa's dress, posted a disclaimer on Instagram saying clients' views, thoughts and opinions aren't necessarily the same as the company's.

Villa has appeared at the Grammys wearing Trump-inspired looks before. Ricky Rebel, a gay singer who backs LGBTQ rights and Trump, wore a blue jacket that read "Keep America Great Again" and "2020".

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Another singer also showed his approval of Trump at the Grammys was Ricky Rebel, who wore a "Trump" jacket.

"When Trump came in the picture, at first I hated him", said Villa, who attended high school in Santa Barbara and now splits her time between West Hollywood and NY, according to THR.

"I was a secret Trumper for months", she said, before publicly displaying her support at music's biggest night with the "Make America Great Again" dress in 2017.

And previous year, she had a pro-life message on the Grammys red carpet.

Despite championing the president in recent years, Villa, who was raised conservative, told the Hollywood Reporter that she wasn't always a fan of Trump.

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