"You can either stand for what you believe or fall for what you don't", she wrote. "Above all make a choice". "It's about bringing people together, that's the message". The 25-year-old singer then revealed a red, white, and blue dress with Donald Trump's slogan "Make America Great Again" printed across the front in sparkly silver print. We all live on this planet.
Villa saw her sales of her music skyrocket at least 18 million percent in one day after she posed on the red carpet in her eye-popping Trump dress, WND reported Monday. I'm from the Philippine islands. "America is about immigrants", the designer added.
She said getting these responses really makes her feel like she did something to unify the country.
"Thanks you I hope you enjoy tonight's @grammyawards2017 and keep in mind to forget your problems and focus on your future!"
Soriano said the dress's inspiration was somewhat unconventional.
Soriano, a Filipino immigrant and Trump supporter, said he was inspired to design the dress after hearing Madonna's comments from the Women's March on Washington saying she has thought about blowing up the White House.
Several social media posts have surfaced of Villa appearing to disparage Trump supporters as "stupid" and Trump as a "crazy candidate" in 2016. "I couldn't be where I am today without the love and tenderness of those attractive supporters and friends around me", Villa wrote in an Instagram post under the image of her red and gold heart-shaped purse.
In recent years, the starlet has been listed as one of the "Worst Dressed" at the Grammys for her eccentric outfits. We need to move this country forward, and we believe it's time to promote love. As the United States of America for the world they look at us and if we're divided, it doesn't paint a good picture. He told FOX 5 he wanted the dress to represent love and togetherness on top of making a statement.