It's the Grammys gown that still has everybody talking!

Singer Joy Villa stunned on Sunday's red carpet by wearing a President Donald Trump-themed "Make America Great Again" dress.

In the aftermath, sales of Villa's album "I Make the Static" rocketed up the top sellers list on Amazon and iTunes.

Villa and the gown's designer, Andre Soriano, joined "Fox & Friends" Tuesday to discuss the thought process behind the dress.


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"There was a lot of controversy around the president and a lot of hate honestly, and I wanted to change the narrative," Villa said. "I wanted in some small way to just show support and unity.

"It's not about who you voted for or what you believe, it's more about love and unifying. As the United States of America for the world they look at us and if we're divided, it doesn't paint a good picture.

"I wanted this dress to be a beacon of hope, for love, for support and for making a decision to go against the grain. ... It was a statement of love above all."

Soriano, a Filipino immigrant and Trump supporter, said he was inspired to design the dress after hearing Madonna's comments from the Women's March on Washington saying she has thought about blowing up the White House. He realized the country is divided and said he needed to do something about it.

"This is the time that we should move this country forward and promote love," he said. "That's why she was wearing the heart."

Villa said she has received backlash and even death threats for wearing the dress, but she said she has been more overwhelmed with the outpouring of support and love she's experienced.

She said getting these responses really makes her feel like she did something to unify the country.

Watch the full interview with Ainsley Earhardt above, and share your thoughts on this dress in the comments section.


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