Wynonna Judd looked great on stage Thursday after a tough night at the CMAs in Nashville on Wednesday.
Naomi Judd’s daughter performed at the Tobin Center in San Antonio, Texas as part of her Back To Wy tour.
The silver-voiced singer was sensational with beautiful makeup and her red hair worn in soft waves as she stood alone on the big stage with the band behind her.
She, 59, was elegant in a black dress with metal crosses on the front.
There was no sign of jitters or fear as she stood alone on stage belting out her favorite songs.
“If I get lost chasing my dreams, I will find my way because my heart has wings,” she said in her caption.
Days ago, her fans became concerned after noticing she seemed “off” during her “bizarre” performance at the CMA Awards in Nashville.
The singer – who has dealt with dizziness in the past – sang a duet with country crooner Jelly Roll and she seemed “unsteady.”
She held the singer’s arm during the performance, after which fans quickly expressed their concerns on social media.
“Wynonna Judd holding on to Jelly Roll for dear life #CMAawards,” an X user (formerly Twitter) tweeted during the ABC broadcast.
Another wrote: ‘Something is wrong with her. I hope she’s doing well!!’
Wynonna showed no signs of ill health while backstage in the press room after the performance.
On Thursday, she responded to fans’ reaction: “I’m just going to break it down with all of you. I was so nervous,” she said on TikTok.
“I got out and looked at Jelly Roll. I wanted it to be this good for him. I could cry right now, but I’m not going to because I’m such a fan of his, and he asked me to sing, and I said, “Absolutely!”‘
Jitters: Judd has her fans worried after they noticed she seemed ‘off’ during her performance at the CMA Awards in Nashville on Wednesday night (pictured)
‘Unsteady’: The 59-year-old singer – who has dealt with cases of dizziness in the past – sang a duet with country crooner Jelly Roll and she appeared ‘unsteady’ as she held his arm for the duration of the performance
Some felt that the star could “barely walk” and “barely hold herself up” as she sang.
Many fans went out of their way to inform the audience about Wynonna’s past struggles with vertigo and even praised her for pulling through the performance.
‘Fear of heights. Like you’re spinning just by moving your head. She did really well,” read one tweet.
Last month, Wynonna seemed to be in top form as she headlined a Nashville benefit for mental health in the music industry – more than a year after her mother Naomi Judd committed suicide at the age of 76. She had struggled with mental health issues her entire life. .
Wynonna, on the other hand, felt “very dizzy” during a concert in Dayton, Ohio in February and had to briefly stop the show to seek help.
‘Wait a second. I’m really dizzy. Can someone please come here?’ she said in a TikTok video.
She continued, “I’m really dehydrated, and I’m struggling, so hang in there.”
Despite feeling dizzy, Wynonna initially refused to finish the show sitting on a stool, playfully telling the audience to “take a lot of pictures” if she fainted.
Finally she sat down.
Wynonna was forced to cancel her New Year’s Eve 2023 performance on the day of the special because she was “struggling with an extreme bout of dizziness.”
Weeks later, she addressed the cancellation, assuring fans that she had “worked so hard on my mental, physical and spiritual well-being.”
The 59-year-old singer – who has dealt with dizziness in the past – sang a duet with country crooner Jelly Roll and she seemed ‘unsteady’
She held the singer’s arm during the performance, after which fans quickly expressed their concerns on social media
“Wynonna Judd holding on to Jelly Roll for dear life #CMAawards,” an X user (formerly Twitter) tweeted during the ABC broadcast
Vertigo: Many fans went out of their way to educate the audience about Wynonna’s past struggles with vertigo and even praised her for pushing through with the performance
Wynonna showed no signs of ill health while backstage in the press room (pictured) after the performance
Wynonna felt “very dizzy” during a concert in Dayton, Ohio in February and had to briefly stop the show to seek help; seen in September 2023
She was forced to cancel her 2023 New Year’s Eve performance on the day of the special because she was “struggling with an extreme bout of vertigo”; seen in October 2023
“I have an amazing team and I am truly blessed and broken and I work very hard on self care, which is not selfish, it is sacred,” she wrote on Instagram.
She concluded the post with, “So I’m doing well and the last thing I’ll say is, I can’t keep a good woman in for too long.”
The singer has been on tour since late October and is expected to perform shows across the country through December 1.
The tour celebrates her 40-year music career.
She will perform in concert in Antonio, Texas on Thursday, November 9.
Last week, it was revealed that Wynonna will serve as ‘Mega Mentor’ on NBC’s The Voice for season 24. Deadline.