Pro-Trump singer flaunts 'Build the Wall' dress at Grammys

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Villa told Fox News of her ensemble, "Well to no surprise, I'm still a Trump supporter and supporting the president and what he's doing".

For the third year in a row, pro-Trump singer Joy Villa has made a statement on the red carpet at the 61st Grammy Awards by wearing a gown clearly meant to provoke the anger of those in attendance while pandering to her MAGA hat-wearing fanbase.

In 2017, the singer infamously donned a "Make America Great Again" dress with "Trump" inscribed in sparkles on the gown's train. "I believe in building a wall to protect our southern border, not to keep people out but to protect citizens of our country".

The dress was designed by Desi Designs Couture.

Villa is no stranger to shocking the crowds at the Grammys.

"I don't care what anyone thinks".

As part of the freaky ensemble, she also sported a barbed wire look around her shoulders.

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Rebel has been an active supporter of President Donald Trump and faced considerable backlash over it, especially considering the fact that Rebel, who is bisexual, has been an advocate for LGBT rights.

Rebel wore a red, white and blue jacket over white trousers tucked into white boots.

"One in three women who are trying to come to this country illegally are sexually assaulted", Villa continued.

"I'm part-Latina, I'm black", Villa said.

"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.

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 100% support the wall & our President @realDonaldTrump", she tweeted. That gown read "Make America Great Again" on its front and "Trump" on its train. "I do not apologize for voting for who I wanted to vote for".

"It's an opportunity to show the world who I am on the red carpet, which to me is the same as a stage".