Joy Villa build the all dress
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Joy Villa arrives at the 61st annual Grammy Awards at the Staples Center on Sunday, Feb. 10, 2019, in Los Angeles.
Conservative artist Joy Villa has done it again.

Her third year in a row making a political statement at the Grammy Awards, the singer showed up to this year's red carpet in Los Angeles on Sunday wearing a dress tailored to look like President's Trump planned border wall.

The gown featured a design with white bricks and black mortar. Resting on Villa's shoulders was a ring of barbed wire, complementing a steel crown on her head. On her back in red letters read the message: "Build the wall."

Villa also carried a red "Make America Great Again" purse. She told the Hollywood Reporter the dress was designed by Desi Allinger of Desi Designs.

"'Shut up!' They said. 'Stop talking politics!' They yelled. 'Sit down you don't matter!' They insisted. I don't listen to haters. I listen to truth. Building the wall will cut down crime, protect children from being trafficked, and stop the 1 in 3 women from being sexually assaulted tying to get through illegally. It's a humanitarian crisis. I support life. I support protection. I SUPPORT [THE WALL]!", she said in an Instagram post.

The pro-Trump display comes hours after key players in negotiations aimed at averting another partial government shutdown said they had reached an impasse over funding for a physical barrier on the U.S.-Mexico barrier and the detention of illegal immigrants.

If an agreement fails to reach his desk before the Feb. 15 deadline that includes his demand for $5.7 billion in wall funds, Trump has threatened to use a national emergency declaration to divert funding from the Pentagon to get the project done - a move that is sure to attract a prolonged legal fight.

Villa wasn't the only one walking the red carpet in politically inspired get-up.

Ricky Rebel, a singer-songwriter who is a prominent advocate for LGBT rights, was also spotted at the red carpet sporting a reversable "Keep America Great" jacket which also bore Trump's name.

Villa previously turned heads at the past two Grammys with her choice of dress.

The pro-Trump display comes hours after key players in negotiations aimed at averting another partial government shutdown said they had reached an impasse over funding for a physical barrier on the U.S.-Mexico barrier and the detention of illegal immigrants.

If an agreement fails to reach his desk before the Feb. 15 deadline that includes his demand for $5.7 billion in wall funds, Trump has threatened to use a national emergency declaration to divert funding from the Pentagon to get the project done - a move that is sure to attract a prolonged legal fight.

Villa wasn't the only one walking the red carpet in politically inspired get-up.

Ricky Rebel
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Ricky Rebel arrives at the 61st annual Grammy Awards at the Staples Center on Sunday, Feb. 10, 2019, in Los Angeles.
Ricky Rebel, a singer-songwriter who is a prominent advocate for LGBT rights, was also spotted at the red carpet sporting a reversable "Keep America Great" jacket which also bore Trump's name.

Villa previously turned heads at the past two Grammys with her choice of dress.

Joy Villa
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Joy Villa arrives at the 59th annual Grammy Awards at the Staples Center on Sunday, Feb. 12, 2017, in Los Angeles.
In 2017, she was decked out in a "Make America Great Again dress."

Joy Villa
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Joy Villa arrives at the 60th annual Grammy Awards red carpet at Madison Square Garden in New York City, N.Y., on Jan. 28, 2018.
Last year, she wore a dress with a fetus depicted on it and a bag that reads "CHOOSE LIFE."

"I wear my dress as sort of a sign of protest against what every other artist at the Grammys is doing and saying," she said in a Twitter video Sunday, expressing her support for Trump's wall and her anti-abortion stance.