Joy Villa Wire A Pro-Life Dress To Grammy Awards

On Sunday night singer Joy Villa shocked everyone when she wore a white dress with an explicit pro-life message on it.

The dress had a hand-painted photo of an unborn baby on it. The baby is surrounded by the colors of the rainbow. Along with the dress she carried a purse with the words “Choose Life” written on it.

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Many people have labeled Villa as an attention whore or an opportunist. Despite this, many people made a mention of her bravery in straying from the Hollywood GroupThink, despite what her motives may be.

Of course many of the mainstream media outlets called Villa’s message as “anti-abortion rights.”

Remember last year when Joy Villa wore a Make America Great Again dress to the Grammy’s? Obviously it earned praise from the Trump supporters and hate from the left.

Back in December Villa said she is considering a possible Congressional run in Florida while on Fox & Friends. President Trump took to Twitter to wish her luck.

In a busy December Villa also accused former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski of smacking her on the butt at a holiday party.

Lewandowski denied all of the allegations.

Additionally, Villa is a “hardcore Scientologist.” Before her MAGA dress she was a noted Bernie Sanders supporter.

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