62nd Grammys: Celebrities make political statements through their red carpet outfits

Like every year, celebrities made a point with their sartorial choices at the Grammys red carpet. Here's some of them:

Joy Villa

Joy Villa stepped out on the red carpet in pro-Trump dress. The singer-songwriter showed her support through her attire. She was wearing a red and white gown covered with phrases like'Trump 2020', 'Impeached & Re-Elected'. She was also carrying a bag with the Republican Party's elephant symbol. 

(Photograph:AFP)

Megan Pormer

Megan Pormer showed up in a glittery strapless red dress that read ''No war Iran'', with cape sleeves featuring the US flag on one side and the Iranian flag on the other side. 

 

(Photograph:AFP)

Robbie Brooks Moore and Keb Mo 

Robbie Brooks Moore and Keb Mo walked together at the Grammy red carpet. Robbie appeared in a simple black dress, as she also carried a purse reading "Vote''. 

(Photograph:AFP)

Ricky Rebel

Like last year, Ricky Rebel, showed his support for the US President Donald Trump at the red carpet. Singer had written down "impeach this"  on his butt cheeks. He was also wearing high red boots with leather pants. 

(Photograph:Twitter)