Joy Villa isn't the only entertainer making a political statement at this year's Grammy Awards.
Joy Villa walked the Grammys red carpet Sunday in a "Build the Wall" dress. This isn't the first she has made a political statement at the annual awards show.
The Hyde officially opened on Jan. 18, and is already stirring up controversy over its seemingly extreme regulations, aimed at its customers' sports team preferences and political views.
The controversial assignment was titled "Some People Claim that Donald Trump is a Fascist: Time to check it out!"
Fred Guttenberg, whose daughter died in the Parkland, Fla, high school shooting, shared a powerful message about former President George H.W. Bush.
According to Williams's attorney, the musician "has not" and "will not" grant President Trump permission to publicly perform or "otherwise broadcast or disseminate any of his music."
Donald Trump Jr, with his wife Vanessa and children depart St. John’s Church in Washington, DC, after a service for U.S. President-elect Trump, January 20, 2017. On Inauguration Day, Vanessa Trump attended her father-in-law’s swearing-in ceremony wearing a burgundy coat with a cowl collar. Donald Trump Jr.’s wife accessorized with pearl and diamond dangly earrings that just so happen to be from Ivanka Trump’s fine jewelry company — and cost $12,500.