There was at least one worthwhile reason to watch the Grammys last night.
Singer Joy Villa donned a pro-Trump dress for the event, sending liberals into an unending spiral of hate. The red, white, and blue dress had “MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN” written on the front and “TRUMP” emblazoned on the back. Villa has worked in California as an actress, singer, and producer since she was a teenager, and comes from a multiracial background.
Villa defended her decision to don the pro-Donald duds, writing on Instagram to “Go big, or go home. You can either stand for what you believe or fall for what you don't. Above all make a choice for tolerance and love.”
The dress was designed by Andre Soriano, a Filipino-born designer who stated on Instagram that he created the dress “as a tribute to OUR President of the United States.” Soriano also included some of President Trump's iconic hashtags in the post, such as #MAGA and #trumptrain.
While the shrieking liberal masses denounced Villa immediately, Villa has profited immensely from displaying her political convictions. Her 2014 album “I Make the Static” was ranked 543,502nd for sales on Amazon prior to the Grammys; it now it is ranked No. 1 – an increase of 54,350,100%.
There is a clear winner from this entire debacle. Despite the vitrol and outrage of liberal whiners, Villa had the last laugh; she poked at the loony-leftist hornet's nest of Hollywood and lived.