Wynonna Judd addresses fans after concerning behavior at CMA Awards sparks questions

Wynonna Judd is responding to concerned fans after many took to the comments Wednesday night to express their worry over the country singer’s health.

Judd, 59, and Jelly Roll, 38, opened the CMA Awards together performing Jelly Roll’s “Need a Favor.” During the opener, Judd was seen clutching Jelly Roll.

The scene prompted many fans to comment their concern for Judd’s health.

Following the show, Judd uploaded a video on her social media accounts addressing her fans’ concerns.

“Don’t read the comments” they say… she captioned her video.

In the short clip, Judd admits she read the comments before stating “I’m just gonna come clean with y’all.”

“I was so freaking nervous.”

Photo by Jason Kempin/Getty Images for CMT

When Jelly Roll asked Judd to open the show with him, she was ecstatic, but it didn’t stop her nerves from getting the best of her.

“I got out there and I was so nervous that I just held on for dear life. And that’s the bottom line.”

After her performance she spoke with ET explaining her decision to accept Jelly Roll’s request to join him on stage.

“I have to show up for people like people did me,” Judd told ET. “That’s my job now is to pass it on because people have been so generous with me and now it’s my turn to be generous with people like Jelly Roll and that’s what I’m doing.”

Watch their beautiful performance in the video below:

We’re glad to hear nothing is wrong with Wynonna Judd. She’s had such a terrible two years.

Let’s pray that her 2024 will be better than previous years.

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