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Wynonna Judd Net worth: An American country music artist, Wynonna Judd is worth an estimated $12 million. She originally became well-known as a solo artist in the early 1990s after performing with her mother Naomi in the country music duo The Judds.

Wynonna Judd

Net Worth: $12 Million
Date of Birth: 1964-05-30
Gender: Female
Height: 5 ft 5 in (1.66 m)
Profession: Singer, Actor, Musician, Author, Songwriter, Philanthropist, Television producer
Nationality: United States of America

Wynonna Judd Early Life

Christina Claire Ciminella, better known as Wynonna Judd, was born on May 30, 1964, in Ashland, Kentucky. Naomi Judd, the late singer, was her mother. Her mother, who had been abandoned by her ex-boyfriend and Judd’s biological father, Charles Jordan, married Michael Ciminella shortly after, and she gave her daughter the last name Ciminella in honor of him.

Ashley Judd, her younger half-sister, is an actress. When the family moved to California in 1968, Naomi and Michael had already divorced. At the time, Wynonna and Naomi were living in Kentucky, where Wynonna was inspired to learn how to play the guitar by the country music her mother was often playing.

The Judd family

The Judds, a mother-daughter duet, relocated to Nashville, Tennessee, in 1979 to pursue a musical career together. Between 1983 and 1991, The Judds had 23 Billboard Hot Country Singles chart hits, including 14 number ones, during this period. Eight studio albums, a Christmas CD, and two compilations of their greatest hits were also released by the band.

They sold over 20 million records in their six-year tenure and received over 60 industry honors, including five Grammy nominations, nine County Music Association awards (seven in a row), and eight Billboard Music Awards.  The Judds have been nominated for five Grammys. They were country music’s top-selling duet for a while before being surpassed by Brooks & Dunn in the 1990s.

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Hepatitis C prompted Naomi to retire early after a farewell tour in 1991. In 1999, Wynonna and her mother appeared together at a K-Mart-sponsored New Year’s Eve event. Four new Judds songs were released in the year 2000 as a result of their co-headlining tour. When they reassembled in 2010 for “The Last Encore,” a tour that visited 18 cities, they called it a day.

A new album, “I Will Stand by You: The Essential Collection,” was published in April 2011 as a result of their successful tour. The album included two new songs as well as a collection of their best-known tunes.

Wynonna Judd Career Beginning

It was Wynonna’s single career as Wynonna that began following their breakup. Her solo debut album, “She Is His Only Need,” was released in 1992 and she performed on television for the first time in 1992 at the American Music Awards, releasing her first song, “She Is His Only Need.” The album’s next three songs, “I Saw the Light,” “My Strongest Weakness,” and “No One Else on Earth,” all reached No. 1 on the Billboard country singles charts that year.

On the country music charts in the early 1990s, she had five consecutive Top Ten hits: “Only Love,” “Is It Over Yet,” “Rock Bottom,” and the Mary Chapin Carpenter-penned “Girls with Guitars,” as well as “Tell Me Why.” In 1993, Wynonna was named the ACM’s Female Artist of the Year. Naomi, Wynonna’s mother, collected the medal on her behalf because she was unable to attend the ceremony.

A platinum-certified third album by Wynonna, “Revelations” featured the No. 1 single “To Be Loved by You,” Wynonna’s final No. 1 single. “The Other Side” was her fourth and final MCA album. In comparison to her previous three albums, it failed to sell as well and only received a gold certification. After that, she opted to go with Mercury Records instead of MCA.

Wynonna’s fifth studio album, “New Day Dawning,” was released in 1999. In 2003, she released her sixth studio album, “What the World Needs Now Is Love,” which did well due to the success of its main singles. Songs like “Burning Love,” performed by Elvis Presley, were featured on the album. “Her Story: Scenes from a Lifetime” was released by Wynonna in 2005. In 2009, the album “Sing: Chapter 1” was released, and the majority of the tracks were cover versions.

 

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In May of 2011, she released a new track called “Love It Out Loud”. When she released “Something You Can’t Live Without” in March 2013, fans knew they were getting a taste of her next album. Wynonna & the Big Noise” was released by Judd on February 12, 2016. “Jesus and a Jukebox” and “Things I Lean On” were the album’s two singles.

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Wynonna Judd Television Career

In the animated film “The Magic School Bus,” Judd voiced Molly Cule. In 1999, she had an appearance on Blue’s Clues. The fifth season of “Touched by an Angel” featured Judd as a singer. She had a cameo appearance on “Hope & Faith” in 2005. VeggieTales’ “Lord of the Beams” episode included her singing “It’s About Love.” In 2007, she appeared in “Wynonna: A Tribute on Ice,” an NBC program featuring ice skaters Kimmie Meissner and Brian Boitano.

The fourth season of “Nashville Star” on the United States cable network was also presented by her in her capacity as host. On “Dancing with the Stars,” Wynonna was a participant in season 16. Tony Dovolani, the season’s all-star champion, was her partner. When she and Dovolani initially appeared on the show, they were eliminated.

Wynonna Judd Personal Life

In 1996, Judd tied the knot with Arch Kelly III. Elijah Judd was born to them in December 1994. Due to her conservative fan base, having a child “out of wedlock” had an impact on her career at the time. In November 2003, she married D.R. Roach, her second husband. Roach was arrested in 2007 on suspicion of sexually assaulting a minor under the age of 13 at the time.

Five days later, she announced her intention to divorce him. Cactus Moser, the drummer for Highway 101, married Judd on June 10, 2012, at her home in Leiper’s Fork, Tennessee, after a long relationship. Moser’s left leg had to be amputated after he was seriously injured in a motorbike accident in South Dakota two months later.

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