Scientologist Joy Villa Turned the Grammys Into Another MAGA Fashion Show

Scientologist Joy Villa Turned the Grammys Into Another MAGA Fashion Show

Scientologist Joy Villa Turned the Grammys Into Another MAGA Fashion Show

"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.

Villa, who is of Latino and African American descent, attended the 61 annual Grammys in Los Angeles wearing a long white gown with a brick design, fake barbed wire that was wrapped around her back and a spiked headband resembling the Statue of Liberty.

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. For the 2018 event, she wore a classic white gown that boasted a baby painted in the bottom left corner and read "Choose Life", which promoted her stance against abortion.

She explained that there's no racism involved in her politics - building a wall simply makes sense to her. In it, he said he's pro-Trump because he supports his refugee ban, and said it doesn't mean he's against the LGBT community.

Along with photos showing the dress from both sides, Villa tweeted, "I don't care what anyone thinks".

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Villa has previously considered running for Congress. She and Trump want to "secure" the southern border (and not the northern border) because of who it will keep out. The jacket read "Trump" on the back and "Keep America Great" on the front.

When the singer first arrived on the red carpet, she wore a silver overlay covering her dress, but eventually removed the layer. "We are here. We're here all around the world, 50 million of us".

While we're all for celebs taking a stand for what they believe in, we have to wonder if these stars even genuinely support Trump and his policies or if they're simply trying to cause a stir in order to get their name in headlines. I want to "wow" people. "It only takes one", he said, Variety reported.

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