The singer, who wore a "Choose Life" gown to last year's show, with a rainbow painting of a fetus on it, walked the red carpet Sunday in a "Build the Wall" dress. The ensemble's designer, Desi Designs, posted some watermarked images on Instagram.
After receiving criticism, Villa defended herself on Twitter and spoke out about reasons she supports the border wall.
The year before, Villa also used her look to send a message, with a MAGA gown. Two years ago, she caused a stir when she donned a striking red, white and blue mermaid gown with Trump's campaign slogan written in enormous glittery letters down the front.
Villa has shared her conservative views at the Grammys before.
MAGA is having a small fashion moment at the 2019 Grammys. "Building the wall will cut down crime, protect children from being trafficked and stop the 1 in 3 women from being sexually assaulted tying [sic] to get through illegally".
"I don't care what anyone thinks".
Seemingly inspired by Donald Trump's plan to build a wall against the US-Mexico border, the musician wore a white dress that featured a brick print. I approach it as a show. As noted by Entertainment Tonight, Rebel, whose real name is Ricky Godinez, also showed off the year "2020" on his suit jacket in obvious support of a 2020 presidential bid from Trump. I want to "wow" people.