With expectations of an anti-Trump Grammys, one singer and songwriter decided to buck the trend.
She decided she would show her support for Trump in a way nobody could miss.
She came dressed in a white dress, then unveiled what was underneath!
— John Binder ? (@JxhnBinder) February 12, 2017
Here’s another look:
— Phatzs?? (@Phatzs2) February 12, 2017
And here’s the back of the dress, via the New York Daily News:
“Singer Joy Villa made quite the political statement at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday.
The performer, who was not nominated at the show and was one of the first guests to arrive, initially walked the red carpet outside of Los Angeles’ Staples Center in a white cape. She then did a dramatic costume change, whipping off the draped fabric to reveal a form-fitting red-white-and-blue dress emblazoned with President Donald Trump’s signature slogan.”
If you haven’t heard of Joy Villa, here’s more about her via Wikipedia:
“Villa was born in Orange County, California and started performing at age 5. She identifies with a multiracial background of Afro American, Italian, and Choctaw Indian. Her father, Rev. Joseph Villa, was Italian-American and her mother Mildred Angela Pierce Villa was African American, and Choctaw Indian. Her great uncle on her mother’s side was jazz vocalist Kenny Hagood who performed with Miles Davis, Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie and Thelonious Monk. She attended high school at Lompoc High School.
Villa worked as an actress and producer from age 10. From age 14 to 16, she was with Youth Network TV on Comcast Television and has appeared in CSI: NY, Heroes Season 4 (episode: “Ox”), The Valley Girls and MTV Next.“
She’s standing against the anti-Trumps at the Grammys!
Good for her!