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Outspoken Donald Trump supporter and singer Joy Villa wears a 'build the wall' dress complete with barbed wire carrying a MAGA handbag (8 Pics)

It didn't take long for the 2019 Grammy's to get political.  
Singers Joy Villa and Ricky Rebel both paraded along the red carpet spreading their pro-Trump messages.
Villa, 27, dressed up as President Trump's longed-for border wall complete with barbed wire and carrying a Make America Great Again handbag. 
Once inside, she showed off a low-cut gown emblazoned with bricks and a back that read, 'BUILD THE WALL.' 
Joy Villa holds a purse that reads 'Make America Great Again' at the 61st annual Grammys
Turning around she revealed Trump's 'Build The Wall' slogan. Villa is a strong Trump supporter
Last year, the singer donned a rainbow-colored anti-abortion dress
In 2017 she wore a blue 'Make America Great Again' gown that featured Donald Trump's name and slogan 
'This is what I believe in,' Villa told Variety. 'I believe in the President, I just released an album called Home Sweet Home and it's all about my love for America, barbed wire, I'm having fun with it.' 
In an interview with THR, Villa said she loves what Trump is doing in office.
'Unemployment is down,' she said. 'I am totally for President Trump, and it's only been one year. I can't wait for the next seven years!'
On the singer's Instagram, Villa elaborated further on her reasons for wearing the controversial outfit: ''Shut up!' They said. 'Stop talking politics!' They yelled. 'Sit down you don't matter!' They insisted. I don't listen to haters. I listen to truth. Building the wall will cut down crime, protect children from being trafficked and stop the 1 in 3 women from being sexually assaulted tying to get through illegally. It's a humanitarian crisis. I support life. I support protection. I SUPPORT THEWALK!' 
Desi Designs Couture, the designer of Villa's dress, posted a disclaimer on Instagram saying clients' views, thoughts and opinions aren't necessarily the same as the company's. 
It came as no surprised that Villa would be wearing something that would get her talked about given her history of wearing strongly conservative outfits in recent years. 


Ricky Rebel arrives at the 61st annual Grammy Awards at the Staples Center on Sunday
The glam-rock artist arrived in a blue jacket emblazoned with the words 'Keep America Great' and 'Trump 2020' over a white blouse, pants, and high-heeled knee-high boots


Last year, the singer wore a rainbow-colored anti-abortion dress, and in 2017 she wore a blue Make America Great Again gown that featured Donald Trump's name embellished along the back.
But Villa wasn't the only one to stir the couture pot. Ricky Rebel strode the red carpet in a blue jacket emblazoned with the words 'Keep America Great' and 'Trump 2020' over a white blouse, pants, and high-heeled knee-high boots. 
The glam-rock artist has long been an active supporter of President Trump and faced the backlash over it. 
In many respects, his love of all-things Trump clashes directly with Rebel's view on sexuality. Rebel, who is bisexual, has been an advocate for LGBT rights - and something which does not appear to be a priority for the Trump administration.
In Rebel's Instagram post on Sunday, he declared, 'I'm a reflection of the 60+ Americans that voted for Donald Trump.' He hashtagged the post with 'MAGA.' 
'Well, I'm Ricky Rebel, I have a new album called 'The New Alpha' so I wanted to wear something that represented what an alpha is and who an alpha is and I am the new alpha,' Rebel told ET. 
'And I'm reflecting millions of Americans out there who voted for Trump. Keep America great. That's right, baby. We are here. We're here all around the world, 50 million of us. My name is Ricky Rebel and I'm a reflection of America.' 

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