The Singer Who Wore A MAGA Dress To The Grammys Says It Changed Her Life

Ford Springer | Entertainment Reporter

After Joy Villa wore a “Make America Great Again” dress on the red carpet of the Grammys she said her life has changed “for the better.”

Singer Joy Villa arrives at the Grammys in a "Make America Great Again" dress (Photo credit: Getty Images)

(Photo credit: Getty Images)

Villa shocked all of Hollywood when she removed her flowing white gown on the red carpet to reveal a red, white and blue dress with the words “Make America Great Again,” written down the front and “TRUMP” written across the back hem.

The 25-year old singer joined “Fox & Friends” Monday morning where she discussed her stylish statement and spoke about how it has changed her life.

“I now have millions of eyeballs on me, so it’s incredible,” Villa Said. “It’s changed so much and for the better, I have to say.” (RELATED: Singer’s Music Sales Take Off After Wearing A Trump Dress To The Grammys)

Obviously her dress caused a variety of reactions and being in Hollywood, Villa admitted that her statement did distance herself from some people. However, she didn’t seem too concerned about it.

(Photo credit: Reuters News)

(Photo credit: REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni)

“I’ve lost some friends, of course, because now I’m outspoken about who I support and it’s our president. And for some people that’s controversial–for me it’s never been a doubt,” Villa said. “When I voted for him I said ‘this is my president, I’m going to stand by him.'”

Ford Springer

Entertainment Reporter


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