The outfit worn by Joy Villa to the 2019 Grammy Awards is a big show of support for US President Donald Trump and his controversial US-Mexico border wall.
The 27-year-old singer was laced in a white dress with a black painting to depict a brick wall. At the shoulder part of the dress, the singer had barbed wires, to complete the idea of a barbed wired fence. She could also be seen carrying a bag which had Trump’s slogan ‘Make America Great Again’ emblazoned on it.
At the back of the dressing Joy Villa had emblazoned “Build The Wall”, and that totally left no doubt about the concept behind the dress.The 2019 Grammy Awards took place yesterday and didn’t fail to come with it’s usual glitz and glamour. Click to see what female Celebrities wore to the event.
Joy Angela Villa ,known by her stage name Princess Joy Villa, is an American singer and songwriter.Villa was born in Orange, California. Her father Rev. Joseph Villa was of Argentine descent, while her mother Mildred Angela Pierce Villa was African American and Choctaw Native American ancestry. Her maternal great-uncle was jazz vocalist Kenny Hagood. She attended high school at Lompoc High School.
Villa has worked as an actress and producer. From age 14 to 16, she was with Youth Network TV on Comcast Television. With the exception of Hobgoblins 2,her acting career mostly consists of minor, uncredited appearances on television. These roles include an umbrella-wielding carny in the Heroes Season 4 episode “Orientation”, and other appearances on CSI: NY, The Valley Girls and MTV Next,
Villa is a supporter of Donald Trump, having joined President Trump’s Campaign Advisory Board. Villa had stated that she supported Senator Bernie Sanders early in the 2016 United States Presidential Election but voted for President Donald Trump in the general election.On October 26, 2017 Villa stated via Twitter that she is against abortion, supportive of the Second Amendment, in favor of tax reform, in favor of religious freedom, against human trafficking, and against illegal immigration.