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  • Jan 3, 1996
    Wynonna says yes to a marriage proposal from longtime boyfriend Arch Kelley III. The couple holds the ceremony later in the month
    Apr 9, 1998
    Tammy Wynette is eulogized with a public memorial service at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium, featuring performances by Lorrie Morgan, Rudy Gatlin, Randy Travis and The Judds, among others. Dolly Parton performs "I Will Always Love You"
    Jun 22, 1999
    Wynonna Judd and husband Arch Kelley III sign a court-approved divorce agreement that includes a clause prohibiting them from discussing the divorce with reporters. She pays him $250,000
    Dec 1, 1999
    Wynonna and Naomi Judd hold a press conference at Nashville's Gaylord Entertainment Center to announce they'll go on a reunion tour in 2000. Explaining the timing, Naomi quips, "I'm not dead, and she's not pregnant"
    Dec 31, 1999
    Eight years after their last concert together, The Judds usher in the new millennium with a reunion show at the America West Arena in Phoenix, with Ashley Judd hosting. First song in the set: "Love Can Build A Bridge"
    Feb 4, 2000
    The Judds embark on a full-fledged reunion tour, more than eight years after Naomi Judd retired from the road. With Jo Dee Messina opening, the first date is at the Pepsi Center in Denver, where the set includes "Love Can Build A Bridge," "Turn It Loose" and "Girls Night Out"
    May 9, 2000
    Curb releases The Judds' "Reunion Live," an album featuring music from their New Year's Eve concert in Phoenix
    May 14, 2000
    Wynonna and Naomi Judd guest on CBS-TV's "Touched By An Angel"
    May 17, 2000
    CBS presents the TV special "Judds Reunion: Power To Change," with performances of "Give A Little Love," "Mama He's Crazy" and "Love Can Build A Bridge," among others. Also featured are Ashley Judd and Jo Dee Messina
    Aug 10, 2000
    Charles Jordan, the biological father of Wynonna Judd, dies in Louisa, Kentucky. Judd and her dad never met

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