Wynonna Judd and her mother NAOMI are reuniting as The Judds in 2010.
The country music duo performed together at the Stagecoach music festival in California in 2008 and again at the CMA Music Festival in Nashville, Tennessee earlier this year (09), and now Wynonna has revealed there are plans to officially reteam.
She says, "We are in talks... I just felt it in my spirit. A couple weeks ago, I said, 'It's 2010. It's been 25 years. It's take your mother to work year. It just feels like it's the right time; she'll be 64 in January, and I think it's time."
And Judd reveals the CMA Music Festival surprise proved the mother and daughter duo is still beloved: "We sang for 50,000 people and they sang back to us and it was a holy moment.
"On the drive home I thought, 'Y'know, I really appreciate where I've come from and the people do, too, and they love The Judds' music.'"
The reunion could include a new album as well as tour dates.
The Judds were one of the most popular country music duos of the 1980s and recorded more than 10 studio albums until a bout of ill health forced Naomi to retire.
Mother and daughter reunited briefly in 1999 and 2000. They also played two shows as The Judds in Canada in 2008.