Singer wears 'Build the Wall' dress on Grammy red carpet


Singers Joy Villa and Ricky Rebel both used the red carpet to spread their pro-Trump messages.

Last year, Villa attended the Grammys, wearing a gown that featured a painted fetus and carrying a "Choose Life" purse. Villa also wore a pointed headpiece, what appeared to be barbed wire around her shoulders, and a red handbag with Trump's motto "Make America Great Again" on it.

Mario Anzuoni / Reuters Joy Villa arrives at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards on Feb.12, 2017.

On Sunday, Villa hit the red carpet at the Grammys, showing her support for President Trump.

"This is what I believe in", Villa told Variety.

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's nothing new. But I believe he's the one that's going to get it done", she said of the current president.

Born in Orange, California, the singer told Fox & Friends in 2017 that she was considering running for Congress as a Republican in Florida.

Another singer also showed his approval of Trump at the Grammys was Ricky Rebel, who wore a "Trump" jacket. "And I'm reflecting millions of Americans out there who voted for Trump". The reversible jacket read "Keep America Great!" on the front, and "Trump" on the back. Keep America great. That's right, baby.

He went on, "My name is Ricky Rebel and I'm a reflection of America". The other candidate wanted a 550 percent increase in Syrian refugees.