At the 2019 Grammy Awards, a couple of singers arrived in attire that screamed aloud their support for President Donald Trump among a sea of Hollywood’s most famous and outspoken liberals.
Singer Ricky Rebel arrived in a gender-bending bedazzled white suit designed by pro-Trump designer Andre Soriano. The reversible jacket was made from one of Trump’s famous “Keep America Great” flags and had the word “TRUMP” emblazoned across the back.
Rebel took to Twitter to share his support for the president and his supporters. “I’m Billboard Top 40 recording artist Ricky Rebel live at the #grammys and I’m a reflection of the 60 million+ Americans that voted for @realdonaldtrump. Be #TheNewAlpha Don’t let anyone keep you in the closet,” he said.
I’m Billboard Top 40 recording artist Ricky Rebel live at the #grammys and I’m a reflection of the 60 million+ Americans that voted for @realdonaldtrump. Be #TheNewAlpha Don’t let anyone keep you in the closet. #kagjacket by @officialandresoriano #MAGA #KAG pic.twitter.com/pIZd3dxMMx
— Ricky Rebel (@RickyRebelRocks) February 10, 2019
Likewise, singer Joy Villa arrived at the Grammys red carpet in a “Build the Wall” dress to show her support for the president’s signature campaign promise.
With a “Make America Great Again” purse, Villa’s dress featured a silver cover-up that she tore off to reveal a faux brick-print gown with the words “Build the Wall” written in red across the train of the gown.
Featured The 61st annual Grammy Awards, which a parade of out-there fashion choices, is Sunday February 10 at the Staples Centers in Los Angeles, California.