- Category : Singer - Popular
- Type : GE
- Profile : 4/6 - Opportunistic / Role Model
- Definition : Quadruple Split (5,14,18,25,34,39,41)
- Incarnation Cross : RAX Planning 2
American country-western singer, starting with the fame of the duo "The Judds" with her mother; later as a single tour in 1992. Accomplishing seven consecutive Country Music Assn. Awards and 6 Grammys, they sang together to packed houses and rave reviews until Naomi's forced retirement in 1991 due to a chronic case of hepatitis.
The mother/daughter relationship has always been tumultuous, with Wynonna always late and forgetful and Naomi being critical of her daughter.
Wynonna met Arch Kelley III in 1993 and had a son, Elijah Judd Kelley, 12/24/1994 in Nashville by C-section. When they married on 1/21/1996, she was four months pregnant with their second child, Grace. An observer rather than a participant in his wife's fame, Kelley apparently felt out of place in her world, settling into the role of househusband on her 500-acre farm outside of Nashville. On 11/06/1998, Wynonna filed for divorce with some friends surprised that it had lasted that long.
On November 13, 2003, the country singer was charged with drunk driving when Nashville, TN police pulled her over for speeding. She was released on a $500 bond, saying that "I take full responsibility for my error in judgment." Wynonna’s married long-time beau, D. R. Roach, in a private ceremony on November 29, 2003 in Tennessee. On December 16, 2003, she received a sentence of 200 hours of community service for her drunk driving charge.
On March 22, 2007, her husband Dan Roach was arrested for sexually abusing a child under 13. Judd filed for divorce soon after his indictment on three counts of aggravated sexual battery against a minor.
On Christmas Eve, 2011, she became engaged to her boyfriend of two years, Cactus Moser.