Wynonna Judd Gives Fans Update After Suffering ‘Really Dizzy’ Spell During Concert

Recording artists Naomi Judd (L) and Wynonna Judd perform during the launch of their nine-show residency "Girls Night Out" at The Venetian Las Vegas on October 7, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Wynonna Judd gave fans an update on Tuesday after having what she called a “really dizzy” spell while on stage over the weekend during her concert series, “The Judds: The Final Tour.”

The 58-year-old country music star posted a message on Instagram saying she was doing fine after experiencing the issue during a show in Dayton, Ohio, on Friday.

“All is well, y’all,” Judd posted. “[littlebigtown] and [martinamcbride], you are SUCH a blessing to me. Thank you for holding me up, literally and figuratively!”


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In a video that surfaced on TikTok, Judd is heard telling the crowd, “Hang on a second, hang on a second.”

“I am really dizzy,” she added. “Can somebody come up here, please?”

Her crew immediately stepped in to help her out, and the “Why Not Me” hitmaker told the audience, “I’m really dehydrated and I’m having a hard time so hang on a second.”

“Hang on,” she added. “I’m just really dizzy, and this has never happened before, so of course it would happen in Ohio.”

Judd was eventually able to get things under control and continued her show. She then joked with fans, “If I faint, just take a lot of pictures, OK?”

The country star and her now-deceased mother, Naomi, announced the final tour of The Judds weeks before news surfaced about Naomi’s sudden death at age 76. On April 30, Wynonna’s mom took her life after a lengthy battle with mental health problems.

The 11-stop tour kicked off September 30 in Grand Rapids, Michigan. It comes to an end in Hollywood, Florida, on February 25.

“She obviously was suffering, and, as such, her days up until that moment were hurtful to her,” daughter Ashley Judd said in a “Good Morning America” appearance.

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is a free hotline for individuals in crisis or distress or for those looking to help someone else. It is available 24/7 at 1-800-273-8255.

Related: Country Star Naomi Judd’s Daughter Says ‘Hundreds Of Cards And Letters Continue To Pour In’ Following Her Mom’s Death

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