Stars make a political statement on the 2020 Grammy Awards red carpet

Kate Mendonca
Shopping Editor
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While the Grammys are known for their wild and sometimes outlandish red carpet looks,Sunday’s awards show was off to a political start. 

On the red carpet of the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards, model and actress Megan Pormer used her moment in the limelight to highlight a message close to her heart. 

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The Iranian-born former Miss Dubai walked the red carpet in a sparkly red gown, emblazoned with the words “No War In Iran.” The dress also featured a cape made from the Iranian and American flags, representing both countries that Pormer calls home.

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Also using the red carpet to shine a light on politics was singer-songwriter Joy Villa, who has never been one to shy away from her pro-Trump views.

Dressed in a red latex gown with matching star-spangled cape, Villa’s look proudly supported Trump’s re-election campaign.

The dress featured the slogan “Trump 2020” down the bodice, along with the phrase “Impeached and Re-Elected” along the back.  

Singer Joy Villa's past Grammy outfits. Images via Getty.

Tonight’s “Trump 2020” dress marks the fourth year in a row that Villa has appeared at the Grammys in a statement-making dress, following 2019’s “Build The Wall” dress, 2018’s “Choose Life” dress, and 2017’s “Make America Great Again” look.   

Despite the opposing political views, there’s no denying that both Villa and Pormer’s looks are sure to get audiences talking. 

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