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The show also marked the first time Wynonna Judd spoke publicly about going through the arrest of her then-husband, D.R. Roach, who was indicted on three counts of aggravated sexual assault and battery against a minor. "I had a really tough time going into the 'Oprah' deal because I knew she'd ask me some really hard, tough questions," Wynonna told the Boot. "She called me out first, and I knew that, but it was like going into the principal's office. I felt stress and pressure. She was very direct. I faced her; I gave her transparency and honesty. I answered with my heart and told her the truth, and she stayed right with me."
Also during the hour, the Judds gave a private tour of the 1,000-acre Tennessee farm they call home, and performed a special duet for, and with, Oprah, of the classic Judds song 'Love Can Build a Bridge' and the brand new 'I Will Stand by You.'