The Judds were country music's  mother and daughter darlings during the '80s.  They won five Grammy awards, charted 25 singles from 1983 to 2000, and are arguably one of the most famous acts to hit country music.

They are nearly as famous for their combustible relationship on and off stage, which has strained their ability to make music over the years and has served as highly publicized tabloid fuel.

Hopefully, the healing has begun.  Naomi and Wynonna are about to put their personal problems front and center on a new reality "docu-series" airing on the Oprah Winfrey Network. Appropriately enough, it's called The Judds.

The show will document Naomi, Wynonna...and their therapist, as they prepare for their final concert tour as a duo.  Wynonna told People Magazine, "Our therapist said, 'it's a true miracle how far you've come, and that you all are doing as well as you have [been doing].'  He said it's one of the top moments in his profession to see us come as far as we have."   Naomi agrees saying, " [Our counselor] said in 25 years of being a Ph.D. pyschologist, he's never seen people who love each other as deeply and whose intentions are [so] pure."

The show will include all of the good, the bad, and the ugly.  Though they've had numerous differences over the years, one thing has remained constant-the desire to put differences aside and to be able to fully love one another again.

As a big Judds fan, I look forward to seeing if they can actually do it.  How 'bout you?

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