Joy Villa created quite a stir at the 2017 Grammy Awards with a tight dress with the slogan "Make America Great Again" plastered in support of Donald Trump. Arriving in white cloak Joy Villa threw off the cloak in stunning red, white and blue. Receiving a blacklash from Grammy attendees and fans. But Joy stood up for her belief or just great hype at a huge celebrity event. She was labeled as an attention seeking and "troll," it worked we all know her today.
Joy Angela Villa (born April 25, 1991), better known by her stage name Princess Joy Villa, is an American singer and songwriter.
Joy Villa was born in Orange County, California and started performing at age 5. She identifies with a multiracial background of Afro American, Italian, and Choctaw Indian. Her father, Rev. Joseph Villa, was Italian-American and her mother Mildred Angela Pierce Villa was African American, and Choctaw Indian. Her great uncle on her mother's side was jazz vocalist Kenny Hagood who performed with Miles Davis, Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie and Thelonious Monk. She attended high school at Lompoc High School.
Joy Villa worked as an actress and producer from age 10. From age 14 to 16, she was with Youth Network TV on Comcast Television and has appeared in CSI: NY, Heroes Season 4 (episode: "Ox"), The Valley Girls and MTV Next, and "Hobglobins 2."
Joy Villa has lived in Hollywood, Seattle, and Las Vegas, and currently resides in New York City.
The Washington Post noted that her recycled-material red carpet dress for the 2015 Grammys was "unusual," and it was also called "a first." The Huffington Post named Villa as one of its "Most Outrageous Looks From The 2016 Grammys," and E! noted it as "a show-stopper." At the 59th Annual Grammy Awards, in 2017, Villa wore a blue dress featuring Donald Trump's campaign slogan "Make America Great Again" and the word "Trump."
Source: Wikipedia, 2017.