Singer Wore MAGA Dress To Grammy Awards

As Twitchy reported, the lovely Joy Villa wore a “Make America Great Again” dress to the Grammys and of course it caused a big ol’ stir. CeeLo Green covered himself head to toe in gold and even he didn’t get more notice than Villa did.

And of course since she dared to be different from the typical celebrity elites and show her patriotism, the Left and SJWs came out of the woodwork to attack her on Twitter. We couldn’t include most of them because they were just that foul but go ahead and take a look at their “tolerance”:

Needless to say, the SJW crowd did their best to try and destroy her. They failed. Miserably. Six of her albums were immediately thrust into the Top 20 on Amazon music.


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15 Responses to Singer Wore MAGA Dress To Grammy Awards

  1. DocO says:

    I saw her on Fox business this morning.

    She comes off as very bright and nice.

    I don’t buy for a minute her claim of just trying to staunch the intolerance that has characterized recent political discourse.

    She wanted to sell her stuff and she found that niche market of 63 million Trump voters.

    Good for her.

  2. R.D. Walker says:

    I can’t decide which is dumber: Refusing to buy to her music because of that dress or buying her music because of that dress.

    I guess it is a tie.

    • notamobster says:

      Yep. It took some bravery to wear it, so I’m glad some folks supported her, but I wouldn’t give my money for that cause.

      It’s stupid that we have this division to begin with.

  3. MadBrad says:

    I am stealing the attention of ALL the ladies in the office this morning with my eye blinging, Valentine’s Day in the Bradillac Era attire. Yes, it’s cynical self-promotion. I’m selling myself to the ladies in Customer Service so they will be more attentive to my customers. Capitalism and ringside showmanship. It be like dat.

  4. R.D. Walker says:

    Speaking of the Dixie Chicks, holy shit! This video would create a shit storm today. Wow! I don’t recall it even being a thing at the time. My, my how the culture changes.

    It culminates at about 3:40

    By the way, I love, love, love that song.

  5. R.D. Walker says:

    “And of course since she dared to be different from the typical celebrity elites and show her patriotism,”

    Question for discussion: Is wearing partisan political campaign paraphernalia “patriotic” or just politics?

    • notamobster says:

      It’s partisanship…politics.

      It’s easy to put on the budweiser shirt with a flag on it, but very hard to stand for the ideals which truly make this nation great.

      That is especially so, when those ideals are being expressed by opinions you disagree with.

      I will always believe that dissent – no matter how much I disagree – is one of the highest forms of patriotism.


      Because, it takes courage to stand boldly against popular opinion and one man should never be forced to accept the view of the collective, where his rights are concerned, or we are not the country we imagine ourselves to be.

      • R.D. Walker says:

        There is nothing remotely patriotic about her dress. For the record, it also isn’t unpatriotic. It is apatriotic. It has nothing to do with patriotism. That twitchy comment was ludicrous.

        • notamobster says:

          You haven’t heard? Supporting the tribe is the new patriotism.

          If you support the orange one, you support the country, ipso facto, you’re a patriot. Seig heil.

        • DocO says:

          I dunno. When I look at the back of that dress part of me stands up and salutes, so maybe it’s a little patriotic.

  6. mr_bill says:

    Don’t care what the dress says on it, I always like to see a woman with a pretty smile and some friendly curves wearing a paper thin dress.

    It’s a shame that nobody thought to get a photo of the back of the dress and the letters spelling “R-U-M-P”. Terrific opportunity squandered. Sad.