Concerns Raised Over Wynonna Judd’s Health Following ‘Bizarre’ CMA Awards Performance

Concerns for the health of country music legend Wynonna Judd, 59, arose after her performance at the 2023 CMA Awards on Wednesday. Judd, who recently lost her mother and singing partner Naomi Judd to suicide, performed a duet with rising country star Jelly Roll. The performance, which opened the ABC broadcast of the awards show, was described by some as “bizarre” and left fans worried about Judd’s wellbeing.

During the performance of Jelly Roll’s hit “Need a Favor,” Judd appeared unsteady and seemed to cling to her duet partner. This unusual behavior sparked a flurry of comments on social media platform X, with fans expressing their concern for the singer. One fan questioned, “Am I the only one concerned for Wynonna?” while another echoed the sentiment, hoping that she was okay.

The unusual performance led to speculation about Judd’s health. In the previous year, she had to withdraw from her “New Year’s Eve Live: Nashville’s Big Bash” performance due to a severe case of vertigo. Fans wondered if she was experiencing a similar issue during the CMA Awards performance.

Judd’s behavior during the performance, which included looking down, holding on to Jelly Roll, and barely moving, led some fans to hypothesize that she might be suffering from another bout of vertigo. Others expressed sympathy for the singer, who has faced significant personal challenges recently.

Last New Year’s Eve, fans also expressed concern about Judd’s mental health. She later addressed these concerns on Instagram, reassuring her followers that she was okay and working hard on her mental, physical, and spiritual wellbeing. She emphasized the importance of self-care and expressed gratitude for her support team.

The Post has reached out to Judd’s representatives for comment on her recent performance and the concerns raised by fans. As of now, there has been no official statement regarding Judd’s health or her performance at the CMA Awards.