2 singers wear their pro-Trump fashions on Grammy carpet

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Joy Villa is back at the 2019 Grammy Awards - and she's making a political statement once again.

On Sunday, Villa hit the red carpet at the Grammys, showing her support for President Trump. As noted by The Hollywood Reporter, she wore an off-the-shoulder silver cape that mimicked steel, under which she donned a white deep-neck gown designed by Desi Lee Allinger-Nelson of Desi Designs Couture that featured a brick-like pattern.

Joy proudly carried a "Make America Great Again" clutch and her dress was modeled after a border wall.

"DISCLAIMER: The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed by my clients are not necessarily the same as my views, thoughts, and opinions", the designer wrote.

This isn't the first time the singer has made a political statement on the red carpet, having previously worn similar dresses to the Grammy Awards.

"As she has now added "#MAGA dress wearer on @foxnews" to her Twitter bio, one can't help but feel the dress may have been a publicity stunt. Rebel, a bixsexual, has been an avid supporter of President Trump.

"I don't care what anyone thinks", Villa said. And the year before that, less than a month after the painful 2017 inauguration, she wore a blue "Make America Great Again" outfit, which was designed by Filipino immigrant Andre Soriano. "I never understand LGBTQ+ people who support him".

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

A native of Orange County, Villa is also a noted Scientologist, a self-described vegan bodybuilder, and a former Bernie Sanders supporter (she's since deleted tweets endorsing the Vermont senator).

As part of the weird ensemble, she also sported a barbed wire look around her shoulders. "It's an opportunity to show the world who I am on the red carpet, which to me is the same as a stage".

"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 want to "wow" people.