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Joy Villa wears another yet another political dress on red carpet — see them all

This isn't the first time the singer-songwriter has worn an outfit that loudly expresses her support for the president.
/ Source: TODAY

Singer-songwriter Joy Villa made a bold statement on the red carpet of the 2020 Grammy Awards on Sunday night when she wore a latex red gown that said “Trump 2020” in big, white crystals on the front.

The back of the gown said “impeached and re-elected,” a reference to the president's impeachment trial that now faces the Senate.

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Villa showed her support for the president at the 2020 Grammys.Kevin Mazur / Getty Images
Joy Villa Grammy Awards
The back of Villa's dressMIKE BLAKE / Reuters

“I feel like Miss America in this; it’s all couture,” Villa told The Hollywood Reporter before the show. "He’s going to be the first president in history to be impeached and re-elected.”

Villa, 33, is an outspoken supporter of President Donald Trump. Her 2018 album, “Home Sweet Home,” even featured a song called “Make America Great Again,” a reference to his well-known catchphrase.

And Villa is no stranger to supporting the president on the red carpet.

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Villa was dressed as the the border wall at the 2019 Grammy Awards.WireImage

At the 2019 Grammy Awards, she arrived in a dress that said “Build the Wall” on the back, while she carried a bag saying, “Make America Great Again.”

61st Annual GRAMMY Awards - Arrivals
Villa echoed the president's sentiments to "build the wall."Steve Granitz / WireImage

At the Grammys in 2017, Villa sported a blue dress that looked like a campaign poster with the same MAGA phrase running down the gown.

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Villa at the Grammy Awards on Feb. 12, 2017.FilmMagic

Villa said she tipped off the president's daughter, Ivanka Trump, prior to Sunday's ceremony that she would be wearing something political.

"I just told Ivanka and the White House that I’m going to wear something to be supportive," Villa told The Hollywood Reporter. "I don’t let anyone know the message beforehand.”

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