Who is Joy Villa Biography
Joy Villa is an American singer and Songwriter who is also known professionally as Princes Joy Villa. She was born in Orange, California to her mother Mildred Angela Pierce Villa who was African American and Choctaw Native American ancestry. Her Father, on the other hand, was Rev. Joseph Villa from the Argentine descent. Jazz vocalist Kenny Hagwood was her maternal great-uncle. She used to attend High school at Lompoc High School.
Joy was the one who filled a police complaint against Corey Lewandowski who was Trump’s former campaign manager on November 28, 2017. She alleged that Corey had slapped her buttocks at the Trump Hotel where there was a holiday party which was held there. She also alleged that Lewandoski slapped her again after she told him that she would report him for sexual harassment.
He claimed that he works for the private sector that’s why continued the act. Lewandowski responded by saying that there will be a process he will have to undergo to determine his innocence.
Joy Villa Age
She was born as Joy Angela Villa on April 25, 1991, in Orange, California in the US. As of 2018, she is 27 years old.
Joy Villa Height
She stands at a height of 1.63 m tall.
Joy Villa Nationality
She is an American by birth.
Joy Villa Marriage
She got married to Danish writer and Photographer Thorsten Overgaard in December 2016. There is no information about her having children with her husband.
Joy Villa Career
Joy has worked both as an actress and producer all her life since she started. Earlier she had been with the Youth Network TV on Comcast Television from the age of 14 to 16. Her acting career mostly comprises of minor roles which are also uncredited on television. She is also a strong supporter of Trump after she had joined President Trump’s Campaign Advisory Board.
She also stated that she was also a supporter of Senator Bernie Sanders early in the 2016 Presidential elections of the United States but she voted for Donald Trump. she also stated via Twitter that she was against abortion and was supportive of the Second Amendment, in favor of tax reform, in favor of religious freedom, against human trafficking and against illegal immigration.
This was on October 26, 2017. She later announced on Fox & Friends that she was considering to run for United States Congress as Republican on October 27, 2017. She considered representing either Florida, California or New York. In December 2017, she clarified that she intends to run for Congress in the state of Florida. Joy also joined the UK March for Life in London In May 2018.
Villa sent a message was sent to attendees of the pro-Trump/free Tomy Robinson rally where she expressed support for Robinson and then accused Theresa May of failing democracy, stifling free speech and stealing Briton’s bright right. She later disputed the justification for UK contempt of court laws under which Robinson was convicted.
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Joy Villa Net Worth
Her net worth is currently under review.
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Joy Villa shows off her most controversial fashion statement yet at the ‘Unplanned’ movie premiere in LA
LOS ANGELES, March 20, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Hollywood singer and actress Joy Villa wore a custom ‘Barbie pink’ latex dress declaring “F*** Planned Parenthood,” a shocking and controversial statement, according to Samera Entertainment.
The skintight dress is made entirely out of hot pink latex and created by Desi Allinger of Desi Designs Couture (desidesigns.com). Allinger is the designer of Villa’s now infamous 2019 Grammy’s Wall Dress.
Villa debuted her first EP “I Make the Static” in 2017, which hit #1 on the Billboard Rock and Alternative Charts and #12 on the Billboard Hot 200 Charts. The album went on to hit #1 on both iTunes and Amazon Music after she came out as a pro-Trump Conservative.
Villa made headlines last year at the 2018 Grammys, when she painted her purse with her pro-life mantra, “Choose Life,” and wore a hand-painted wedding gown featuring a sonogram of her daughter. At 20 years old, Villa chose to put her daughter up for adoption over abortion after leaving a violent and abusive relationship.
After the vocalist shared her experience on the Fox Business show “Mornings with Maria,” major outlets, including Variety, MTV and People Magazine, picked up her story. “I have chosen to platform to encourage women to think for themselves and gather all the information before making their own decision. Having life-giving options like adoption can empower women to do what they feel is right,” she said while on the show. “There are thousands of women in similar situations to mine. Many are far younger – and more vulnerable than I was. I’m not here to condemn them, or call them names, or try to make them feel worse than they already do.”
She has since come out even stronger on the pro-life front, marching at DC’s 2019 “March for Life”, singing at the Susan B Anthony gala, and sharing her ‘adoption over abortion’ story as keynote speaker for Ralph Reed’s 2018 “Faith and Freedom: Road to Majority” event, which she will again speak at on June 2019.
She notably campaigned for the “Heartbeat Bill” and has voiced her public support for pro-life candidates in public office.
“Adoption was the answer for me. Yes, it was scary—this real-life situation is scary. Facing the unknown is scary, but what is the alternative? Murder. That is what abortion is,” she told LifeSiteNews.com.
“I ultimately chose open adoption, and am so grateful that I did. I am very much a part of my daughter’s life,” she added.
Villa also told the site that women facing a crisis pregnancy should not be “pressured into a life of regret, being the cause of death to your child.”
Her latest posts attacking Planned Parenthood have garnered thousands of likes, but numerous hate and death threats as well.
She first met Abby Johnson after months of online friendship at the annual ball for the pro-life charity “Save The Storks”, which took place at Trump Hotel and featured Vice President Pence as a speaker.
Villa then attended CPAC, where she was awed after watching a screening of “Unplanned”.
On meeting Johnson, Villa says:
“We just clicked instantly. Her work on the pro-life front is absolutely legendary. This film will heal and educate millions. It is a must-see, no matter what your stance on abortion is.”
Villa has been a vocal advocate for life and recently collaborated with Save The Storks, a charity in her and her husband financially support, and released a short documentary asking New Yorkers what they thought about the new law allowing 9-month abortions, but with the twist of saying “puppies” instead of babies. The short premiered at Michael Cernovich’s and CULTTTURE’s “A Night for Freedom” event during CPAC in DC to an enthusiastic audience of hundreds.
Watch here: Do Puppies Lives Matter? Social Experiment
Villa is not stopping, and plans on using her platform to keep creating awareness and compassion, never judgment around adoption, abortion and the protection of both mothers and babies.
In a penned opinion column featured on FoxNews.com, Villa says to women considering abortion:
“Consider adoption. Consider life. Consider carrying your baby to term, and placing your unborn child with a caring, nurturing, happy family.
“You will survive this. You will make it through. And you absolutely, 100 percent, deserve all the happiness and love in the world. You’re so much stronger than you know.
“You deserve a second chance at life… and your baby deserves a first chance.”
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Pro-Trump Fashion at 2019 Grammys: From Border Wall Dress to ‘Keep America Great’ Jacket
MAGA is having a small fashion moment at the 2019 Grammys. Singers Joy Villa and Ricky Rebel both used the red carpet to spread their pro-Trump messages.
First up is Villa, who dressed as President Trump’s hotly contested border wall. Draped in silver with barbed wire tufts on her shoulders and carrying a “Make America Great Again” bag. “This is what I believe in,” Villa told Variety’s Marc Malkin. “I believe in the President, I just released an album called ‘Home Sweet Home’ and it’s all about my love for America, barbed wire, I’m having fun with it.”
Created by Desi Designs Couture, it’s worth noting that the designer’s Instagram announcement includes this disclaimer along with a picture of her client Villa.”DISCLAIMER: The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed by my clients are not necessarily the same as my views, thoughts, and opinions,” the designer wrote.
Villa now has a history of wearing conservative couture on the Grammys red carpet. Last year, the singer donned a rainbow-colored anti-abortion dress, and in 2017 she wore a blue “Make America Great Again” gown that featured Donald Trump’s name embellished along the back. In 2015, she again created a stir when she sported a sheer dress of orange netting.
Next on the carpet, Rebel, the glam-rock artist, arrived in a blue jacket emblazoned with the words “Keep America Great” and “Trump 2020” over a white blouse, pants, and high-heeled knee-high boots.
Rebel has been an active supporter of President Donald Trump and faced considerable backlash over it, especially considering the fact that Rebel, who is bisexual, has been an advocate for LGBT rights.
He’s posted photographs of himself outside of Trump Tower, often retweets the President, and defended his support of the POTUS in a 2017 interview with Independent Review Journal. In it, he said he’s pro-Trump because he supports his refugee ban, and said it doesn’t mean he’s against the LGBT community.
“A radical murdered 49 LGBT in cold blood at Pulse Nightclub,” he told the outlet. “That could have been me, my family, and friends there. I voted for the person who wanted to heavily vet refugees. The other candidate wanted a 550 percent increase in Syrian refugees. It only takes one.”
Rebel has toured with the likes of Britney Spears, and was reportedly discovered by Michael Jackson in the late ’90s.
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