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Joy Villa once again found a way to make a political statement on the 2019 Grammys red carpet.

This time, Villa arrived in a dress inspired by President Trump's border wall: a white gown featuring an all-over brick pattern and the words "BUILD THAT WALL" written in red across the rear. She carried a "Make America Great Again" bag alongside her silver dress with barbed wire on her shoulders.

Joy Villa attends the 61st Annual GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center on February 10, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. "This is what I believe in", Villa told Variety's Marc Malkin.

She also noted that the look was made by Desi Designs Couture.

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The year before, Villa also used her look to send a message, with a MAGA gown.

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"Well to no surprise, I'm still a Trump supporter and supporting the president and what he's doing", she said. "I 100% support the wall & our President @realDonaldTrump", she tweeted.

"I'm part-Latina, I'm black", Villa said.

"One in three women who are trying to come to this country illegally are sexually assaulted", Villa continued. He walked the red carpet in a blue jacket that read "Keep America Great" on its front with "Trump" on its back (via THR). Last year, she wore a graphic white gown with the shape of an unborn fetus and the printed slogan, "I choose life". "And he also makes me want to be my own alpha", Rebel said.

"Well, I'm Ricky Rebel, I have a new album called The New Alpha so I wanted to wear something that represented what an alpha is and who an alpha is and I am the new alpha", Rebel shared with ET. He receives a great deal of criticism from liberal media, but he stands by his decision to back Trump.

"When Trump came in the picture, at first I hated him", said Villa, who attended high school in Santa Barbara and now splits her time between West Hollywood and NY, according to THR.

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