Jelly Roll and Wynonna Judd Perform ‘Need A Favor’ – The CMA Awards

Jelly Roll and Wynonna Judd Perform ‘Need A Favor’ – The CMA Awards

Jelly Roll and Wynonna Judd perform ‘Need A Favor’ live at ‘The 57th Annual CMA Awards’ WED NOV 8 on ABC and Streaming Next Day on Hulu.

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  1. Brittney McDonald says:

    Even with vertigo attacks she’s still showing up!! I love Wy, and jelly!! WY will always be one of the best vocally among the women in country! She’s truly unstoppable!! 🫶🏽

    • Amy Windemuth says:

      Ofcourse Wy there she a country 🤴 princess 👸

    • 🌸 gigi to Natalie 🌸 says:

      She looks like she’s been sick. I remember her mama took her own life. That’s got her reeling with grief and pain. All of those things spill over to your physical health. It happened to Lisa Presley 3 years after her son took his own life.

    • Amy Windemuth says:

      @🌸 gigi to Natalie 🌸 I know her life has been hard.Ive always loved all the Judds.

    • Tonya Wade says:

      CMT was the last time she saw her Mom that could be part of what was going of.

    • jason linton says:

      She did a interview right after this and said her mom came into her mind plus she needed water and someone to hold onto she didnt mention vertigo as soon as i seen her we all said something is wrong with her it looks like she was very nervous theres more to this story

  2. Chris Gardner says:

    I dont care if she has to be held up by Jelly Roll, she sounds amazing…

  3. Melissa Rummings says:

    I read that she has vertigo. You could see how it was affecting her and she still gave it 100%. Jelly Roll is one stand up guy. A true gentleman. That performance made me love him more.

  4. Rosannasfriend says:

    I remember him singing this song on another award show and she was up in the audience dancing to it. I’m glad they got to do this together.

  5. Ann B says:

    You know you’ve made it when Queen Wyonna sings with you. This was amazing

    • Caleb Mandrake says:

      Let’s not over sell it. She was yelling her lyrics instead of singing & she gripped his jacket the entire time, never faced the audience, & never moved around on stage.

    • Helen Beseda says:

      @Caleb Mandrake Just guessing – but I’d guess this is difficult after losing her mother. And that wasn’t yelling.

    • Caleb Mandrake says:

      @Helen Beseda Gripping someone’s jacket has nothing to do with losing her mother.
      Stop embellishing.

  6. Chance Frank says:

    Great performance from both of them! Hope Wynonna is ok. She’s been through a lot since last year.

    • Melinda Poston says:

      She has been struggling with extreme vertigo/dizziness lately

    • Rose Mackenzie says:

      Sadly her Chicago show got canceled 😢 her well being should always come first ❤

    • Lynn Grice says:

      Looks like vertigo to me. That’s how I am when I have it. Head still, trying not to move my eyes. Hope she feels better soon.

    • Buster The Cockatoo says:

      As soon as I saw her it reminded me of Lisa Marie. I hope she’s ok

    • Laura Baird says:

      YES!!! I remember that too and you could see how the music was resonating somewhere inside of her. It really appeared that she was just really taken with that song. But she didn’t look okay during this performance at all. I’ve seen her in concert and she can sing anything but she didn’t look well here.

  7. Evelyn Smith says:

    I am so PROUD OF YOU Jelly Roll. You are singing with a legend Wynnona ! Bless her for this performance and you being there to hold her up! ❤❤❤

  8. RUDE4EYEZ says:

    God bless Wynonna she’s been through so much and I’m sure this song took a toll on her emotions. Congrats Jelly on the win!! Awesome way to start the show!! ❤❤❤❤❤

  9. Kelly Pierce says:

    An amazing performance! 🎉👏👏👏

  10. ellle lc kelly says:

    Amen ! 🙏
    Great Job Wyonna!!
    Proud of you Girl!!
    Jelly Roll you are the new man in town!
    Congrats on New Artist!!
    Well Deserved!!
    Amazing Performance!! 🎉❤
    God Bless Y’all!

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