Wynonna Judd Addresses Her Mother Naomi Judd’s Death for the First Time

Five months after the death of her mother, Naomi Judd Wynonna Judd says she’s finally ready to talk about the loss she and the rest of her family have been going through and how music is helping her get through it all.

Judd sat down and spoke to her mother for her first interview since her mother’s suicide in April CBS Sunday morning about her grief and her decision to go on tour again anyway. The country music singer shared that the day before she and Naomi — best known as The Judds, one of the most successful country duos in history — were inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame, “I got the Call and I walked over and I saw her and that was it. I said goodbye to her in the hospital and I closed her eyes and I kissed her forehead and that was it. And the next thing I know, I’m sitting here on the porch … and I’m just trying to figure out what’s next.” She added, “I didn’t know she was where she was when she ended it because she had episodes before and was getting better. And that’s what I live in: ‘Was there anything I should have looked for or known?’ Not me. That’s why it’s such a shock.” And despite her death, Judd says she still “feels[s] she nudges me. And sometimes I laugh. And sometimes I’m like, ‘I really miss you. Why aren’t you here so we can argue?’”

The singer also spoke persons this week about their decision to continue the last tour they planned together as The Judds. “This is my opportunity to step into a situation that I don’t know I’m ready to do what I’m going to do, but I think it will heal me,” she explained to the outlet. “I teach what I want to learn, which is how to have peace and joy in a really negative situation [space]. I want people to know that they are loved. I want people to know that there is hope.”

Judd also shared how she has been coping with the loss over the past few months, saying: “I’ll tell you what I know about the death. In death there is life. I feel both at the same time. I feel joy and sorrow. I move paradoxically. I’m literally a walking contradiction. i feel joy i feel pain i feel light I feel dark.” She concluded, “How am I coping? It depends [situation]. I make a call and suddenly start crying. Then 10 minutes later I’m making dinner and talking to my husband about our date night. Then my granddaughter comes and I cry even more. i cry a lot That’s okay… It doesn’t mean it’s a sign of weakness.”

https://www.vanityfair.com/style/2022/09/wynonna-judd-first-interview-about-naomi-judd-death-griveing-process-cbs-sunday-morning Wynonna Judd Addresses Her Mother Naomi Judd’s Death for the First Time


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