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Singer Joy Villa wears barbed wire ‘border wall’ dress at 2019 Grammy Awards

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Joy Villa‘s latest controversial fashion statement? A tribute to Donald Trump‘s proposed U.S.-Mexico border wall.

The singer showed up to the 61st annual Grammy Awards on Sunday wearing a border wall-inspired dress, along with a red “Make America Great Again” purse.

The 27-year-old singer’s outfit featured a low white V-neck gown, imitating a white wall. Tangles of barbed wire sprouted from her shoulders, and she wore spikes in her hair.

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Speaking with The Hollywood Reporter, Villa said her gown was designed Desi Lee Allinger-Nelson of Desi Designs Couture.

The gown even had a “Build The Wall” statement in the back.

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Singer Ricky Rebel apparently also got the MAGA memo, and showed up on Sunday wearing a patriotic jacket supporting Trump’s 2020 campaign.

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Last year, Villa wore a white gown to the Grammy Awards, making a statement on her abortion views. The anti-abortion dress was paired with a “Choose Life” purse.

In 2017, she wore a custom blue “Make America Great Again” gown to the Grammy Awards, with a glittery “Trump” along the edge.

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Villa has said in previous interviews that she grew up in theatre and costumes were always a way to express herself.

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“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 approach it as a show. I want to ‘wow’ people,” she told The Hollywood Reporter.

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My heroes on the red carpet have always been Cher, Madonna, the wild ones; the worst-dressed or Lady Gaga with the meat dress. Who even talks about the best-dressed? No one even remembers who was best-dressed last year.”

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arti.patel@globalnews.ca