She added that she’ll speak about her opinions if she’s asked, but if she isn’t asked, she’ll focus on music. She doesn’t have that kind of power.” She also said she can agree to disagree, but doesn’t “support words of hate.” Wynonna later responded to a fan who said he had his own “crazy ass sister” to deal with, but later insisted that she would never, and did never, call Ashley “crazy.” She also added, “I would never bash my sister ever.” At the end of the day, Wynonna put a stop to the negativity and made it clear that her relationship with her sister is their business, not the world’s.notes) and others interpreted as meaning politics in general. If they can put their politics aside and find common ground, can’t the rest of the world, too?Wynonna tweeted at first that she stays away from politics entirely.“For me, it’s about love of [music] and fellowship with fans,” she wrote.And it turns out that the Judd family was split in their opinions too.
Written by 19-year-old poet Nina Donovan, the piece featured lines like "I'm as nasty as a man who looks like he bathes in Cheetos dust" and “our pussies ain’t for grabbing.” Though many people called it out as a highlight of the march, others found it offensive.
He was in the film Just My Luck with Lindsay Lohan. Before starring on Strictly Come Dancing, he met his wife Izzy Johnston while on tour with Mc Fly (she was a member of the string section), and they married on December 21, 2012.
He and Izzy welcomed their first child Lola Rose Emma in January of 2016.
In January 2005, Mc Fly guest-starred in an episode of the long-running BBC One drama series Casualty.
Unfortunately, Judd went missing on set for half of the period that they were filming for the series.