Pro-Trump MAGA merch spotted on the 2019 Grammys Red Carpet

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Joy Villa attends the 61st Annual GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center on February 10, 2019 in Los Angeles, California.

The singer and notorious red carpet troll, who has worn a "Make America Great Again" dress and an anti-abortion gown in recent years, set tongues wagging (and Twitter fingers typing) with her border wall-inspired look.

"I'm wearing this silver suit and stretchy trousers, and after the photo, he smacks my a** really hard", Villa told Politico. The ensemble's designer, Desi Designs, posted some watermarked images on Instagram.

"This is the wall", said Villa, holding a red "Make America Great Again" purse and pointing to her silver steel-colored dress.

While Villa's dress was certainly bold, it wasn't necessarily unexpected. Rebel, a bixsexual, has been an avid supporter of President Trump. He walked the red carpet in a blue jacket that read "Keep America Great" on its front with "Trump" on its back (via THR). "I do not apologize for voting for who I wanted to vote for". Since then, Villa has not been shy about expressing her political beliefs, even debuting a rock-country song titled "Make America Great Again!"

Villa went on to explain that she has no problem handling the backlash she might receive for her Trump support.

As part of the freakish ensemble, she also sported a barbed wire look around her shoulders.

At the 2019 Grammys, Villa wore a dress with the U.S./Mexico border wall as its theme.

The following year in 2018, Villa took a different approach, carrying a purse that read "Choose Life". In it, he said he's pro-Trump because he supports his refugee ban, and said it doesn't mean he's against the LGBT community. "It's an opportunity to show the world who I am on the red carpet, which to me is the same as a stage". (70% of heroin from Mexico) More illegal women getting sexually assaulted (1 in 3)? "I 100% support the wall & our President @realDonaldTrump", she tweeted.

"I voted for the person who wanted to heavily vet refugees".