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Joy Villa Catches Eyes At Grammys With Anti-Abortion Dress, Complete With Hand-Painted Fetus

 

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Joy Villa used the 60th Grammy Awards to show she is a pro-life supporter when she appeared on the red carpet wearing a gown hand printed with an image of a fetus.

Villa gave life to a plain sleeveless Pronovias white wedding gown with a large image of a fetus painted on the front skirt surrounded by the colors yellow, orange, green, blue, and purple. The 26-year-old Trump supporter also carried a white purse hand painted with the words "Choose Life" and a heart beside it. Villa completed her bold statement against abortion with a large crown and sparkling jewelry.

"I'm a pro-life woman. This year I chose to make a statement on the red carpet like I always do. I'm all about life," Villa told Fox News.

The singer said her decision to grace the 2018 Grammy Awards with a pro-life statement has a personal meaning. She took the inspiration from an experience when she was 21 and had to give up her baby for adoption. Villa believes it is better to choose adoption over abortion.

Villa also spoke about her support for the President of the United States and her close friendship with his daughter, Ivanka. She called the businesswoman "phenomenal" since she wants to empower women.

She also talked about the current Trump administration, saying that she is thrilled with what Donald Trump is doing and has accomplished so far. She pointed out that the unemployment status of the country is going down.

"I am totally for President Trump, and it's only been one year," Villa told the publication, adding that she cannot wait to see what the president can achieve in the next seven years of his presidential term.

"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," Villa said.

This is not the first time Villa used the Grammy Awards to make a bold statement. She also wore a custom Andre Soriano gown embroidered with Trump's campaign slogan "Make America Great Again" at last year's ceremony.

"TRUMP" spelled in large silver print around the hem of the skirt. The controversial gown helped her EP I Make the Static soar the top spot for digital downloads. Villa also wore an eyebrow-raising see-through dress made of orange construction fencing material to the 2015 Grammy Awards.

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