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The Judds reunite again

Sunday, February 7, 2010 – Wynonna Judd announced Saturday that she and her mom Naomi are reunited yet again as The Judds. The two will go on tour and release an album, they announced in Miami on CBS' The Early Show Saturday Edition

Wynonna made the big announcement before performing on the broadcast's pre-Super Bowl show, live from Miami Beach.

The Judds, who had their first number 1 in 1984 with Mama He's Crazyand and last charted in 2000 with Stuck in Love, have started recording new music for release this fall. In 1991, Naomi was forced to retire due to a bout of hepatitis C.

Wynonna has also enjoyed success as a solo artist with 16 top 10 hits and more than 10 million albums sold. Naomi has been an author, speaker and talk show host. The two played together at the 2009 CMA Music Fest in Nashville.

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