But as for the people who chose to make her their version of Beyoncé, turning themselves into members of her faux Beyhive, they were unsuccessful in making anyone think they actually care about this woman.
Villa, who has launched her own vegan nutrition plan on her website and released her latest single "Empty" a year ago, went on to tell her fans that she hopes they enjoy music's biggest night "and keep in mind to forget your problems and focus on your future!".
"Sometimes you just gotta be free to express yourself. thank you to all of my supporters and fellow believers". "Above all make a choice for tolerance and love. Life is made to be lived, so go boldly and give no effs!" she continued.
The dress has prompted a mixed reaction on social media. I've never been in the political arena. "However, it's just so insane that people are getting beat up because they voted for Trump".
At its best, art - especially music - can help people of all kinds, of all income levels, of all backgrounds, come together and forget identity politics. "I love this country".
Soriano added that he is a proud American. "If people love it or hate it, it doesn't matter to me". Call me insane, but if Republicans were caught trashing a black woman for any reason, we'd be ridiculed relentlessly while being called "racist" and "sexist" for daring to speak out against a woman of color. "America is about immigrants".
The 59th Annual Grammys Awards was held on Sunday evening (Monday morning PHT) at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.