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Judds pay visit to Oprah Tuesday

Wednesday, September 8, 2010 – After more than 4,400 episodes and 28,000 guests, "The Oprah Winfrey Show" launches its farewell season on Monday, Sept. 13. The Judds will appear on the Sept. 14 show.

During the hour, Naomi and Wynonna Judd discuss plans for their upcoming farewell tour, "The Last Encore," give a private tour of the 1,000-acre Tennessee farm they call home and perform a special duet for Oprah. Wynonna will talk about how she has lost more than 60 pounds and opens up about how she survived the ordeal of her former husband's arrest and conviction.

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