Although the Judds' reunion concert is scheduled to kick off the year 2000 with a New Year's Eve blast, those who can't wait will be happy to know they can catch both Wynonna and Naomi together today on The Rosie O'Donnell Show. The event will mark the twosome's first television performance together since 1994's Super Bowl half-time show in Atlanta, Georgia. On January 14th, the Judds appear on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. It's been seven years since Naomi Judd retired from recording and touring with daughter Wynonna. Billed as "America's Party," the Judds' New Year's Eve concert will take place in Phoenix, Arizona at the America West Arena. "This is the millennium," explained Naomi during a recent Las Vegas press conference, "and none of us will ever see this again. We want it to be one of the most special nights of people's lives." Tickets for this once-in-a-lifetime event will go on sale Saturday, January 16th at all Dillards ticket outlets and the America West Arena Box Office. Forced to retire in 1991 after being diagnosed with Hepatitus C, Naomi is now in full remission.