Joy Villa's ex-manager on the 'pro-life' Grammys dress: We're not fooled this time - 2018-01-29

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F347.png Joy Villa's ex-manager on the 'pro-life' Grammys dress: We're not fooled this time January 29, 2018, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

A lot has already been said about Joy Villa's Grammys gambit last night, with her showing up for the fourth year in a row in a dress designed to get her attention.

For the first three years she showed up in dresses designed by Andre Soriano, a minor reality TV figure and fashion designer in San Diego. In 2015, he created a dress for her made out of snowfence, in 2016 it was another barely-there number that turned heads for how much of Villa it didn't cover, and then both Soriano and Villa hit it big last year with his "Make America Great Again" gown that launched Joy into political stardom.

But Soriano very publicly disavowed Joy Villa recently as she continued to use her "MAGA" fame to promote Scientology. He claimed not to have known about her Scientology involvement, which, frankly, is a little hard to believe. But for whatever reason, Joy was on her own for last night's Grammy awards.

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{{cite news | author = Tony Ortega | title = Joy Villa's ex-manager on the 'pro-life' Grammys dress: We're not fooled this time | url = https://tonyortega.org/2018/01/29/joy-villas-ex-manager-on-the-pro-life-grammys-dress-were-not-fooled-this-time/ | work = Underground Bunker | date = January 29, 2018 | accessdate = January 29, 2018 }}