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Joy Villa pulls political fashion stunt at Grammys in ‘Trump 2020’ gown

Joy Villa pulls political fashion stunt at Grammys in ‘Trump 2020’ gown decorated with slogan ‘Impeached & Re-Elected’

She may not be known for her singing but Joy Villa knows how to grab attention at the Grammy Awards.

The 33-year-old Los Angeles resident likes to flaunt her pro-Trump, pro-conservative politics at the annual event hosted by the Recording Academy.

And on Sunday night, she didn’t disappoint with another outfit announcing her support for the impeached president.

Stunt: She may not be known for her singing but Joy Villa knows how to grab attention at the Grammy Awards, flaunting her pro-Trump politics at the annual event held in LA on Sunday

The red, white and blue ensemble was designed to show Villa’s belief that Donald Trump will be voted back into office in November’s election.

She arrived on the red carpet in a full-length white coat which, when unbuttoned, revealed a red halter gown dress with ‘Trump’ in capitals down the front and ‘2020’ along the bottom. 

Having removed her coat, she revealed that down the back of the outfit were the words ‘Impeached & Re-Elected’.

The red, white and blue ensemble was designed to show Villa's belief that Donald Trump will be voted back into office in November's election

She senses victory despite the fact that Trump has been impeached

Rooting for Trump: The red, white and blue ensemble was designed to show Villa’s belief that Donald Trump will be voted back into office in November’s election despite being impeached

Red, white and blue: The 33-year-old Los Angeles resident added a jaunty touch with a red ostrich feather headdress and a GOP-themed purse

Red, white and blue: The 33-year-old Los Angeles resident added a jaunty touch with a red ostrich feather headdress and a GOP-themed purse

Villa has used the Grammys as a political fashion stunt for the past six years.

Before Trump came along, she had used the venue to parade in a dress made from  recycled orange construction fencing in 2015 and a black skeletal-inspired look in 2016, THR.com reported.

But with the ascendancy of The Apprentice reality star to the Oval Office, thew singer and songwriter has used the Grammys to communicate pro-Trump messages.

She even signals to the White House that she will be doing so although she leaves out the details of what she plans to wear so it will be a ‘surprise’.

‘I just told Ivanka and the White House that I’m going to wear something to be supportive,’ she told THR.com. ‘I don’t let anyone know the message beforehand.’ 

In 2019, Vila showed up at the Grammys wearing a brick-patterned dress

It had 'Build the Wall' spelled out across it and she added barbed wire and spikes

Pink Floyd wore it better: In 2019, Vila showed up at the Grammys wearing a brick-patterned dress with ‘Build the Wall’ spelled out across it

Getting noticed: In 2017, her Grammy gown featured Trump's 2016 campaign slogan 'Make America Great Again'

Getting noticed: In 2017, her Grammy gown featured Trump’s 2016 campaign slogan ‘Make America Great Again’

Villa told the outlet that she did the stunt in partnership with ViralPAC, an organization that funds conservative artists to support Trump’s re-election in 2020. 

In 2017, her Grammy gown featured Trump’s 2016 campaign slogan ‘Make America Great Again’.

In 2019, she wore a brick-patterned dress with ‘Build the Wall’ spelled out across it.

In between, in 2018, she’d opted for a pro-life ensemble wearing a dress with an image of a baby in the womb on it.

In 2018, she'd opted for a pro-life ensemble wearing a dress with an image of a baby in the womb on it to emphasize her agenda

In 2018, she’d opted for a pro-life ensemble wearing a dress with an image of a baby in the womb on it to emphasize her agenda

  

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