When the American singer-songwriter Joy Villa arrived at the Grammy Awards on Sunday afternoon she was a silver vision.
is a highly reflective material that imitates the shine of aluminum foil. A series of metal jumps decorate the top of the head, forming the Lady Liberty-esque crown. The matching chunky jewelery and collar made of barbed wire finished the eye-catching look.
"It's a Wall," 27-year-old told the times of Los Angeles at his free hand with a shiny ensemble. On the other hand, she tied a bright red purse that was linked to President Trump's slogan: "Make America Again."
Described as "a re-political provocate" and "a famous red carpet" it became known that she used her Grammy look for clear statements. Two years ago, she was confused by the impressive red, white and blue mermaid dress with the Trump campaign slogan, written in huge shiny letters. Trump also wrote glitter on the dress train. 2018 Villa Abandoned Trump Theme Affirming its Antiaborosis by Debuting Her Dress, which, according to a Hollywood reporter, depicted the rainbow-colored fruit
This year's red carpet Villa is confident that there was no confusion about the message that was designed by Desi Designs Couture Designer Desi Lee Allinger-Nelson. In front of the cameras, Villa tore off the silver dress to reveal the second outfit under black – a black and white dress with a brick design, perhaps inspired by Pink Floyd in 1979. Cover for the album The Wall. At the top of the prominent red letter: "Build a wall."
"I believe we are building a wall to protect our southern border, not to protect people, but to protect our citizens," said Villa. Times. "I am Latina, I am black and believe what the president says. This is very visual to me. … I always make a statement.
Similar to the national conversation on the real border wall, the reactions to the Villa dress were the same. Some people praised the singer for his " courage" "and congratulated her as" inspiration . "But others were more critical when accusing it of" attention seeker Villa was not the only person to show Trump on Sunday. Senior singer Ricky Godinez, who goes to Ricky Rebel, raised a red, white and blue Trump 2020 jacket with the words "Keep America Great!"
Allinger-Nelson, designer, did not respond to a request for comment on Sunday night, but shared a "disclaimer" of Instagram on working with the Villa.
"My opinions, thoughts and opinions are not necessarily the same as my opinions, thoughts, and opinions," the report said, adding that "Villa will be a unique, only artwork".
In a separate report, Allinger-Nelson called the opportunity for "Villa Grammy" to create "honor" by saying, "I appreciate the opportunity to do what I do to help the client achieve my vision. We are all different and depend.
Despite the fact that the President has fought in recent years, conservative preserved Villa has reported that it is not always a fan of Short.
"When the Short came the picture, I hated it first," said Villa, who attended high school in Santa Barbara, and now, according to time, THR tells his time between West Hollywood and New York. However, when she did more research on Trump, Villa said that his opinion about him began to change
"I was a secret trumper," she said before publicly demonstrating her support for the biggest night of music with Make America Great Again Against 2017 Dress'. Since then, Villa has not been shy about expressing its political beliefs, even making its debut "Make America Great Again!" This track appears in the latest album "Home Sweet Home"
On Sunday, Villa actively promoted its inspired dress and her knowledge in interviews and social media, often stating misleading statistics about illegal immigration repeatedly expressed by Short and its sponsors.
"I don't care what anyone thinks," she tweeted . "I am 100 percent. I support the wall and our President @realDonaldTrump. ”
She continued,“ Do you want more drugs? (70% of heroin is from Mexico) More illegal women are sexually attacked (1 in 3 who are trying to overcome it)? More Kids For Sale? (Thousands of years) because I am not!
Trump said 90 percent of Oval Office's last month's address. entry points according to The Washington Post Inspector. The Factor also found that the statistics of sexual abuse were misleading and reported that the number of trafficking in human beings was much lower than 'thousands'.
Although some critics seemed confident that Villa's brave statement would be end of his career Sunday clothing had the opposite effect
Early Monday morning at Villa tweeted that they " Home Sweet Home's album was climbing on the Amazon Music Top 100 paid albums chart, noting that it wasn't. 79. After hours, the album was moved to no. 46. After 2017 Grammys' stunt Villa music also shot up. 2017 In March, less than a month after the awards, her two-year-old "I Make the Static" spent one week off. 1 Billboard Top Rock Album Chart. She also did not. The 12-seat Billboard 200 chart
"I grew up in a theater, so I always use a suit as a way to express myself," said Villa. “It is an opportunity to show the world who I am on the red carpet, which is the same for me as on the stage. I'm addressing him as a show. I want wow people. My red carpet heroes were always Cher, Madonna, wild; worst dressed. Or Lady Gaga with a meat dress. Who even talks about the best dressed? Nobody even remembers what was best dressed last year! ”