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This interview with the Judds was just awful. No fault of Larry King however. Wynona acts like she is 16 around her mother, and her mother often sounds like she is from some other planet. How does Wynona figure she almost "died" twice. She went to work the day after her car accident; she had no life threatening issues and re her blood clot, my friend had several and not once said "she almost died".
Larry tried his best.
Grow up Wynona.
These are two very self-important, weird women. Trite cliches, almost incoherent psychobabble, and constant name-dropping. Repeating over-and-over how much people "love" them. The daughter sitting facing her mother with her arm around her was sort of an orange color. Both women seemed extremely strange and weird.
horrible weird interview! i agree not larry kings fault. wynona had her arm behind her mother and her other arm in front of her, like she wasn't going to let her go and she would not sit straight on to camera–bizarre behavior-and whispering to her mother...they both acted like they were on drugs or something.....avoiding eye contact with audience and camera, just all around freaky behavior by both! would have rather had a nice final interview with Ashley instead!
Come on guys give them a break! You never know what has just happened behind closed doors before they had the interview! I had the opportunity of meeting Wynnona in May of last year. She was very kind and sweet. When you are an entertainer you have to go on no matter what else is going on in your life. Don't be so quick to judge them! If you need a little encouragement from me, Wynnona you got it!
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