With the world’s paparazzi waiting to capture their outfits, stars attending the Grammy Awards will be well aware that fans from across the globe would be taking a look at what they decided to wear. It seems that Joy Villa knew that all too well, making a very explicit statement through her outfit choice last night. The 27-year-old singer and songwriter, known by her stage name Princess Joy Villa, issued a message of support to the political figure Donald Trump, by wearing a dress which depicted a wall. Her white floor length gown had been emblazoned with black lines to symbolise the brick work.
Joy Villa wore a border wall dress in support of Donald Trump to the Grammys 2019
And, as she turned to face away from the camera, she unveiled her very clear statement.
“Build the wall,” red lettering on the back of the gown read.
As part of the bizarre ensemble, she also sported a barbed wire look around her shoulders.
Joy also wore a headpiece which featured eight silver prongs stemming from a headband.
She also carried a red clutch bag, and in white, it was adorned with Donald Trump’s slogan: “Make America Great Again”.
The US saw a government shutdown in recent months, after Congress failed to agree on a budget, which included funds for the building of a wall at the US and Mexico border.
While the controversial outfit may have seemed very unusual amongst other