"I believe in building a wall to protect our southern border, not to keep people out but to protect citizens of our country".
This will be the fifth year in a row the singer shocked Grammy viewers by donning pro-Trump or fence-like garb to the red carpet. 'I am totally for President Trump, and it's only been one year. The back of the dress featured the words, "Build the Wall".
Singer Joy Villa, who attended the Grammys past year in a gown decorated with a fetus, dressed as President Donald Trump's wall to Sunday's 61st annual Grammy Awards. Draped in silver with barbed wire tufts on her shoulders and carrying a "Make America Great Again" bag.
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The glam-rock artist has always been an active supporter of President Trump and faced the backlash over it. "I listen to truth", she wrote in the caption.
She elaborated on her viewpoint, saying that about a third of women "who are trying to come to this country illegally are sexually assaulted". It's a humanitarian crisis. Last year, she wore a graphic white gown with the shape of an unborn fetus and the printed slogan, "I choose life".
The year before, Villa also used her look to send a message, with a MAGA gown. Keep America great. That's right, baby.
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