Naomi Judd and Wynonna JuddThe Judds will be reuniting for one last tour this year. Wynonna made the big announcement during her appearance on Saturday's edition of CBS's 'The Early Show,' during the program's pre-Super Bowl bash, live from Miami, Fla., at which she performed a handful of hits including 'No One Else on Earth' and 'Only Love.'

As one of the most successful duos in history, Wynonna and her mother Naomi began their recording career in 1983 when they signed with RCA Records. In 1991, Naomi was forced to retire after being diagnosed with Hepatitis C, and Wynonna embarked on a successful solo career. The mother-daughter duo teamed back up for a reunion in 1999 and 2000, then for a few shows in 2008 and then again at last year's CMA Music Festival.

In addition to launching a tour, the two are also working on a new album, set for release this fall. Wynonna recently released her seventh solo studio album, 'Sing: Chapter 1,' which included songs that have formed "the soundtrack to her life."