While the controversial outfit may have seemed very unusual amongst other stars' red carpet attire, Joy wasn't the only one to make a very obvious nod of support to President Trump, 72.
Villa, dressed as President Trump's intended border wall.
The gown was created by Desi Lee Allinger-Nelson of Desi Designs Couture, Villa told The Hollywood Reporter.
Singer Joy Villa returns with the Grammys with another political statement.
"I don't care what anyone thinks", Villa said. As noted by Entertainment Tonight, Rebel, whose real name is Ricky Godinez, also showed off the year "2020" on his suit jacket in obvious support of a 2020 presidential bid from Trump.
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"It's nothing new. But I believe he's the one that's going to get it done", she said of the current president.
"I'm part Latina, I'm black and I believe in what the president is saying".
"Well, I'm Ricky Rebel, I have a new album called The New Alpha so I wanted to wear something that represented what an alpha is and who an alpha is and I am the new alpha", Rebel shared with ET.
"One in three women who are trying to come to this country illegally are sexually assaulted", Villa explained.
At last years Grammy Awards she also wore a white dress with a hand-painted baby inside of a rainbow uterus on it along with a purse bearing the slogan, "Choose Life". She and Trump want to "secure" the southern border (and not the northern border) because of who it will keep out. The jacket read "Trump" on the back and "Keep America Great" on the front. "It's an opportunity to show the world who I am on the red carpet, which to me is the same as a stage".
"I voted for the person who wanted to heavily vet refugees".