Joy Villa has once again left people scratching their heads at this year's Grammy Award red carpet. You may remember Villa made headlines last year when she rocked a Make America Great Again dress during the biggest night in music.
One year ago! What an amazing journey this has been. I’ve reached great heights, been to the White House multiple times, met with the Trump Administration on issues that matter to me, joined the Trump 2020 Campaign, outsold my favorite artists, made thousands of new fans, launched my merch store joyvilla.com, became a regular commentator fir @foxnews, went to the World Series, launches my Exploratory Committee into Congress, finished a new EP #HomeSweetHome, and working in my first full length album #pressureandpropaganda!! I’m incredibly grateful and proud of my life! Thank you, #JoyTribe! Let’s ROCK the next year! #joyvilla #style #grammys2018 #grammys #MAGA #grammys2017 #grammys #TeamTrump #bigyear #success #indiemusic #indieartist maga dress by amazing designer Andre Soriano #style #fashion
So it's not surprising the singer made another bold fashion statement during the 60th Annual Grammy Award ceremony. Villa hit the red carpet in a white dress with a handpainted fetus and a “Choose Life" handbag. Following the event, the songwriter took to Instagram to explain the significance behind her outfit.
"I believe in loving the child and the mother, and I am proudly #ProLife. There is so much pain out there, but I choose to spread love and hope," the 31-year-old captioned the photo. "I hand painted my @pronovias gown with a recreation of my daughter’s sonogram portrait I painted in 2007 at 20 years old, 8 months pregnant with my beautiful daughter, whom I adopted out to a wonderful family. I’m incredibly blessed to have given life, and I hope to encourage anyone in a similar painful situation to choose adoption."
Villa told Fox News she loves what President Donald Trump has accomplished so far. "I love what he is doing; unemployment is down. I am totally for President Trump, and it's only been one year. I can't wait for the next seven years!"
She added: "I'm looking forward to saving money on my taxes as a small-business woman...I am looking forward to seeing Americans... [feeling patriotic] again. I'm glad that conservative values are back at the forefront as a pro-life woman."