The untold truth of Joy Villa
You had to look at this dress twice. Joy Villa worked as a singer-songwriter. She attended the 61st Annual Grammy Awards On Feb. 10, 2019. Joy Villa walked past the red carpet. And she put on a dress that will make you shock if you know its true value. Maybe you’ll know the “brick motif” of Pink Floyd’s 1979 album The Wall. As The Hollywood Reporter noted, the designer has put that texture on the “black-and-white gown”. This dress transformed Villa into a walking endorsement of President Donald Trump’s proposed border wall between America and Mexico.
On the back of the dress, the designer emblazoned the phrase “Build the Wall”. On either shoulder strap, Villa wore sprigs of barbed wire “to mimic the top of a security fence,” according to THR. Villa selected a red purse with Trump’s campaign slogan prominently stamped across the front: “Make America Great Again” On top of her “spiky headpiece” and “silver cloak-like dress”. A progressive blog called The Grapevine asked everyone to “stop inviting Joy Villa to things” in 2018. This sort of stunt pulled before.
People called Villa who is a personality TV Guide as a “perpetual worst-dressed list queen”. Singer Samantha Scarlette tweeted she honestly felt like people troll planted at the Grammys to cause press. No one had ever heard of her prior to the MAGA dress.
Villa was ‘attacked’ by ‘feminists’
Villa seemed very excited that so many media outlets took notice of her ensemble. Variety said that MAGA was having a small fashion moment at the 2019 Grammys. But People reported that Villa “dressed as a literal border wall. The consequence of Sound called the dress Villa’s “most groan-worthy garb yet.” While One detractor noted that no one remembered Joy Villa or her music throughout the year. Everyone just really remembered her she did her annual offensive outfit at the #GRAMMYs. That was a few 15 minutes that she can wrest to be famous. He didn’t forget to note that they’ll highlight some of Villa’s previous links shortly.
Villa protested to her critics via Twitter. Sheer hatred … thrown at her for wearing her support. This would be heartbreaking if it weren’t so over the top hilarious. The women attacked her with ‘feminist’ in their bios. Villa gave a warm shoutout to them, followed up after the Grammys with an update on her perceived victimhood. She called out Anti Trump Latinos. The Black Lives Matter activists told her to chop off my Afro before they violently do it for her. She signed off that tweet with a sarcastic: “Bless your hearts.”
The designer called Joy Villa ‘brave’
The women, whom Joy Villa tweeted praise for, designed her “gorgeous couture” dress. She did it Shortly after arriving at the Staples Center for the 61st Annual Grammy Awards. According to Indy100, she is Desi Allinge self-profess “celebrity fashion designer”. She has also founded her own company, Desi Designs Couture, for five years.
According to Indy100, Allinge said the singer-songwriter is very brave. The journalist introduced Villa and Allinger a few months prior to the 2019 Grammys. Allinger claimed they instantly hit it off. Because Villa was humble, kind, expansive. Villa thought that she was a designer who embraced challenges. Allinger was very much in favor of Villa’s “vision”. Although her original idea for Villa’s dress was “something very couture and grand.
Allinger told Indy100 that much of the inspiration was very arbitrary and came to her in a dream. Joy told Allinger what she wanted and Allinger helped her to do it. When the designer does her creative thinking, she demanded all the ideas arranged in the next morning. Firstly, the barbed wire shoulder piece idea popped in her head. Then, she immediately thought about the words ‘Build The Wall’ somewhere. Allinger sent a sketch to Joy and discussed it together. Joy really loved it.
She claimed professional photographers were vicious
Joy Villa seemed excited to discuss the fashion statement, following the premiere of her “Build the Wall” dress. On Feb. 12, 2019, she stopped by Mornings with Maria on Fox Business Network. She believed that photographers harangued her at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards. (Variety said that Villa is an occasional “Fox News contributor.”) Villa claimed for giving her side-eye, giving her negative looks … scrunching up their face, she told host Maria Bartiromo.
When she walked the actual red carpet, the photographers were screaming at her. For her, It was highly unprofessional, as Villa told it. She declared these purportedly shouty shutterbugs yelled “Down with Trump!” and “Trump hates you!”. They said she is disloyal. Villa posted a photo to Instagram. She loved being the rebel with the cause – quote from the interview. Fox News posted again in the next day. Everyone has freedom of speech. And she didn’t regret doing it. Villa reposted that morsel and finished her thought.
Hoping for a Trump’s response?
It was really entertaining about Twitter’s response to Joy Villa’s “Build the Wall” dress at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards. (One particularly spicy tweet noted that Villa was constantly revealing her desperation). Joy Villa didn’t anyone who thought about the dress. She 100% supported the wall & their President (via Twitter). When responding to the critics, Villa wasn’t above invoking President Donald Trump’s name. POTUS really obsessed Villa. Because two days later, she reiterated her “support for @realDonaldTrump’s Wall.” Two days after that, she agreed with a fellow Trump supporter. Joy Villa thought that he was funny and forthright. And he is also DGAF.
Following the 2019 Grammy Awards, Villa tried to goad Trump into tweeting something favorable about the dress. Two days after the ceremony, the California-born singer zealously commented on a Trump tweet. He sent thanks to all Republicans for the work they had done in dealing with the Radical Left on Border Security. Villa immediately responded. Thanked you @realDonaldTrump! #KeepAmericaGreat. It was as simple as it gets. The next day, she responded to a photo of herself wearing the dress. And she resorted HELL YES!!!! My POTUS!”
But unfortunately, As of press time, Trump has not responded to our Villa.
She was bought up for controversy at the Grammys for years
Joy Villa wore a white, red, and blue number to the Grammy Awards 2017 with the “Make America Great Again” slogan. Besides, it came along with the name Trump emblazoned across the bottom of the dress, via The Washington Post. Andre Soriano created this brazen display of stylistic overkill. Refinery29 described him as a “gay, immigrant designer whom Donald Trump obsessed with. Soriano told Billboard the dress was about bringing people together. It seemed to b able to connect people.
The following year, Villa appeared at the 2018 Grammys in “an anti-abortion dress”, via Variety. The designer painted the gown with a rainbow fetus and painted the words choose life on her purse. Villa laboriously explained the look on Instagram. She believed in loving the child and the mother, and she was proud #ProLife. There was so much pain out there, but she chose to spread love and hope.
Villa’s fashion stylings at the Grammys have always been transparent grabs for attention. The Grapevine observed in some cases, quite literally. The dress constructed out of Home Depot fencing. Villa wore this revealing dress in 2015. Buzzfeed claims a roll will put you back 30 bucks. According to The Grapevine, Villa wore something equally fleshy in 2016. But she evidently didn’t grab nearly as many headlines until her costumes took on a political bent.
Joy Villa wasn’t always MAGA proud. Via The Hollywood Reporter, she confessed that When Trump had come in the picture, at first she had hated him. To her, the Republicans hadn’ been cool. Though she was a register Independent, she reportedly even considered herself a Democrat for a spell. Villa evidently had a major change of heart upon returning to America in 2016 after “living outside of the U.S.” But she didn’t say where was her. That’s when her Trump fascination began: she thought, she had got to check this guy out.
Perhaps coincidentally, Scientology News also interviewed Villain 2016. Entitled The Magic of Scientologist and Singer-Songwriter Joy Villa. The article asserted Villa found Scientology during a particularly dark time in her life. She had the first Scientology course. People reportedly called Overcoming Ups and Downs in Life. Villa believed its teachings set her on a healthier life trajectory.
Scientology had given her tools to survive, tools to create. she said of the controversial faith. She boasted that its tenets turned her into a creative person who was full of power. And there was no stopping her.
Nothing will prevent our Villa from wearing her first MAGA-inspired dress and appearing at the 2017 Grammy Awards. “I was a secret Trumper for months”, Villa told THR. She welcomed feedback from critics because she was like that. She needed to go out and support the president.
Joy Villa has a style soulmate in Ricky Rebel
Musician Joy Villa wasn’t alone in her decision to wear “pro-Trump” glad rags to the 61st Annual Grammy Awards. Via Fox 13, a singer who performed under the name Ricky Rebel also used the ceremony to demonstrate his own patriotic fervor. Ricky Rebel twirled across the red carpet in a red, white, and blue jacket. As the Associated Press reported, the jacket read Trump on the back and Keep America Great on the front. We may explain all that twirling. Incidentally, Andre Soriano also designed Rebel’s jacket (per The Hollywood Reporter).
Rebel tweeted he was a reflection of the 60 million+ Americans that voted for @realdonaldtrump. He also added Don’t let anyone keep you in the closet. As Variety reported, Rebel was a bundle of contradictions: He was an allegedly bisexual, an advocate for LGBT rights. In the opposite side, he was an active supporter of President Donald Trump. He explained to Fox News Insider why he loves Trump so much. Donald Trump had inspired him to become the new alpha. Erm, nobody knew the idea of what “the new alpha” was. But Rebel has written a song with that title.
During a visit to Mornings with Maria on Fox Business Network, Villa implied she saw something of a spiritual kinsman in Rebel. She loved this. Now they have other artists coming out supporting Trump. She thought it was a counterculture shift.
Joy Villa’s dress designer issued a disclaimer
Joy Villa has a dress designer who issued a disclaimer. Her “Build The Wall” gown might be the first-ever dress to come with a disclaimer. Designer Desi Allinger confessed during her February 2019 appearance on Mornings with Maria on Fox Business Network. She really worried about the backlash for sure. It was a little overwhelming, but she stood behind her work.
But perhaps not on both feet. The Desi Designs Couture Instagram page had a photograph. This suggested Allinger might want some distance from Villa’s gown. Although the caption touted Villa’s costume as a one-of-a-kind piece of art from head to toe. It also included this messaging: DISCLAIMER. The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed by her clients are not necessarily the same as her views, thoughts, and opinions.
Villa told the Domenick Nati Show that the liberals couldn’t bully her. Meanwhile, don’t expect any disclaimers from her. She also recognized she has received countless “death threats” over her pro-Trump fashion stylings. Besides that, she also told Nati that she can’t even walk the NYC streets without the aid of armed security guards. She just had a new death threat today that said, she didn’t know what he looked like. But he knew what Villa looked like, so she needed to watch her back.
She’s off the charts
Do you know? There was something motivating Joy Villa’s MAGA-inspired styles beyond her fervid Trump love. According to Newsweek, Villa’s 2014 EP/Make The Static somehow got first place on the charts on the Amazon.com and iTunes digital downloads chart in the U.S. She did it after her presentation at the Grammys 2017. And she used politically charged outfits with the aim of boosting record revenue through publicity, negative. But unfortunately, it turned out to make profits fall. On Twitter, she claimed she was a “#1 Billboard rock recording artist. But if you have a glance at her chart history on Billboard’s site indicates you will see that her biggest hit, I Make The Static, peaked at No. 12 in March 2017. This could be a case of “fake news?”
According to Fox News Insider, Joy Villa is considering Running for Office. In 2017, she told the news outlet that if she runs, I would win. The saying was thought to be a joke, an entertaining statement, but in the end, strange things always happen in this life.