Judd marries again
Wednesday, June 20, 2012
– Wynonna Judd married drummer Cactus Moser in a sunset wedding June 10 on her farm in Leiper's Fork, Tenn.
For her third walk down the aisle, Judd, 48, donned a Houri Barahimi dress and no shoes. A drummer in Judd's band, The Big Noise, 55-year old Moser wore a tuxedo, which he accessorized with a vest, pocket watch and holster.
"I felt a joy that hasn't been there before," Judd said.
Attendees included her kids from previous marriages Grace, 16, and Elijah, 17. Her sister, Ashley Judd, and mom, Naomi Judd, did not attend.
Dating since 2009, Judd and Moser announced their engagement last December. Judd divorced her second husband, D.R. Roach after 4 years in 2007, and split from businessman Arch Kelly III - with whom she has two children - in 1998.
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