Most of us could count on this year's Grammys to have its fair share of political statements.
But many likely didn't see this kind of statement making its way down the red carpet.
I know what you're thinking: "It's just a white mumu-type thing! With a heart clutch! Is this a tribute to "The Young Pope"? I really don't get what the big dea—
Annnnd the back view.
Joy Villa, a singer and self-described feminist who describes her platform as "one of love," has a history of wearing head-turning outfits, including a dress made out of a snow fence that she wore to the Grammys in 2015. This particular getup, however, obviously struck up more controversy than a plastic fence and free boob combo ever could.
Villa stayed unapologetic, tweeting with pride after the event:
And some people were in full support:
Others, on the other hand, were not having it.
Hate it or love it, at least every year we can count on Villa to #MakeGrammysFashionWeirdAgain.
(Honorable mention goes to Cee Lo Green's gold-dipped lucha libre look.)