On Saturday, Joy Villa was a virtually unknown singer hoping for her big break and Andre Soriano, an immigrant from the Philippines who had once appeared on a reality show called “Styled to Rock”, was hoping to become a big-name designer.
By Sunday after the Grammy Awards, both Joy Villa and Andre Soriano had become overnight sensations.
Why? Did Joy gave a Meryl Streep-esque Grammy speech denouncing all-things-conservative? Did Andre show up wearing a disgusting pink hat aimed at insulting President Donald Trump?
Nope, the opposite. Joy Villa proudly wore her Andre Soriano original gown emblazoned with the words “Make America Great Again” on the front and “TRUMP” on the back.
By Monday, Joy Villa’s album, “I Make the Static” was quickly climbing the charts on Amazon Albums and iTunes albums.
— Joy Villa (@Joy_Villa) February 13, 2017
On Tuesday, Joy and Soriano were featured on Fox and Friends.
— FOX & friends (@foxandfriends) February 13, 2017
— Andre Soriano (@andresoriano) February 14, 2017
THIS, folks, is the American Dream and proves what standing up to the bullies of Hollywood can do to your career. Congratulations Joy and Andre!
Here is our favorite video by Joy Villa, appropriately a version of Queen’s “We Are the Champion”: