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Here's what happened to Joy Villa's album sales the day after she wore Trump dress at Grammys
Singer Joy Villa at the Grammys on Sunday. (Image source: YouTube)

Here's what happened to Joy Villa's album sales the day after she wore Trump dress at Grammys

Music fans were jumping up and taking notice when practically unknown singer Joy Villa wore a red, white and blue dress with the words "Make America Great Again" down the front and "Trump" along the bottom at Sunday's Grammy Awards.

But music fans weren't alone in the jumping-up department.

The day Villa wore her dress trumpeting Republican President Donald Trump, her 2014 EP "I Make the Static" was ranked No. 543,502 on Amazon, the Daily Wire reported.

On Monday it was ranked No. 1.

"I Make the Static" was at the top of the paid album sales list Tuesday morning, as well — ahead of Beyonce, Bruno Mars and Lady Gaga. And three of her songs — "Empty" (#3), "Get Your Freedom" (#6) and "Run and Hide (feat. Zach Banks)" (#9) were also in the top 10.

Sure, many liberals lost their minds over Villa's political statement on such a giant stage, but clearly many others enjoyed it — and went further by purchasing her music in droves.

Here's what some Amazon buyers had to say:

"Best music purchase I've made since President Trump announced that he was running for the Republican presidential nomination. The list of artists whose music I won't purchase keeps getting longer."

"Great album. Beautiful and courageous young artist. Let's all come together and MAGA! Well done Miss Villa!"

"Boom! #MAGA with great music and amazing courage!!"

"Joy's music is fantastic. She's also a great artist to support. Thank you Joy for publicly supporting our president. Looking forward to more music from you."

Villa doubled down on her dress choice via Instagram.

“Sometimes you just gotta be free to express yourself,” she wrote. “Thank you to all of my supporters and fellow believers. Life is about living free and loving it. Be your beautiful selves tonight!”

Later she added: "Go big, or go home. You can either stand for what you believe or fall for what you don't. Above all make a choice for tolerance and love. Agree to disagree. See the person over the politics, carry yourself with dignity, always. Life is made to be lived, so go boldly and give no effs!"

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Dave Urbanski

Dave Urbanski

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