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Wynonna Judd has shared an update on how she’s doing after suffering a dizzy spell onstage at a recent show in Ohio.
A fan-filmed video from the evening shows Wynonna taking an extended pause between songs. She can be heard saying, “Hang on a second. Hang on a second. I am really dizzy. Could somebody come up here please?”
One of Wynonna’s crew members rushed onstage to help her. She said, “Yeah. I’m really dehydrated. I’m having a hard time, so hang on a second…I’m just really dizzy. This has never happened before, so of course it would happen in Ohio.”
The crew member tried to help Wynonna offstage, but she powered through. “No, no no. You know what? If I faint, just take a lot of pictures, okay?” she joked with the crowd. She then moved into a performance of The Judds‘ “Mama He’s Crazy.” She ended up finishing the show
@thedancingtrucker1 Wynonna is going to pass out! God bless her!! 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻 @wynonnajuddofficial ♬ original sound – user5280915157923
This is the second time in recent weeks Wynonna has experienced feelings of lightheadedness. She previously had to cancel her appearance at a New Year’s Eve bash due to vertigo.
“I was so looking forward to singing with my dear (Kelsea Ballerini) tonight,” she said. “Instead, I am on the bus struggling with an extreme bout of vertigo and am unable to perform. Nashville, I am so absolutely heartbroken and so sorry to have let you all down tonight.“
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With the past incident in mind, fans were understandably concerned after Wynonna experienced her dizzy spell in Ohio. On Monday (February 13), Wynonna shared an update on social media to let everyone know how she’s doing now.
Thankfully, her update was a positive one.
“All is well, y’all,” she said.” She also thanked her tour companions, Little Big Town and Martina McBride, for supporting her during the show. “@littlebigtown and @martinamcbride, you are SUCH a blessing to me. Thank you for holding me up, literally and figuratively!”
You can see Wynonna’s update in the post below. We’re happy to hear she’s feeling better now!