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    Both of the late Naomi Judd's daughters paid tribute to the late country legend - who died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound at the age of 76 on April 30 - at a concert in Nashville Sunday night. Daughter Ashley Judd began the proceedings at the Music City's Ryman Auditorium and paid tribute to her mother, calling her 'every woman' for the things she'd been through and accomplished. 'Tonight, we are remembering an icon and a legend who left country music better than she found it,' Judd said. 'She was totally extraordinary.' Judd then introduced her older sister, whom she referred to as 'the GOAT' or 'greatest of all time', Wynona, who performed The Judds' classic 'River of Time.'     Ashley McBryde, Brandi Carlile, Emmylou Harris, Allison Russel, Jamey Johnson, Brad Paisley, Carly Pearce, Little Big Town and The Gaithers performed. Brandi Carlisle, Brad Paisley and Little Big Town are among the star-studded list of performers.  Bono, Oprah Winfrey, Reese Witherspoon, Morgan Freeman, Bette Midler, Salma Hayek and Reba McEntire are all scheduled to speak. Good Morning America host Robin Roberts will...
    Grammy-winning singer Naomi Judd shot herself dead in an upstairs home of her Tennessee farmhouse that she seemingly loved. Naomi showed off the 1,000-acre farm during an episode of Oprah Winfrey's Where Are They Now? in 2016.  The Country Music Hall of Famer owned the Nashville-area property for nearly three decades. Her daughters, actress Ashley Judd and singer Wynonna Judd, also had houses on the property. 'Ashley lives right up over that hill, right up the road,' Naomi said in the interview, pointing toward her daughter's house. She shared that it took her exactly one minute to get from her house to Ashley's front door, adding: 'I timed it the other day.' 'And Miss Wynonna lives right over that hill,' she said, noting it took about six minutes to get to her elder daughter's house. Naomi referred to the property as her 'haven' and 'sanctuary,' noting that she 'called it Peaceful Valley the moment I laid eyes on it.' The 76-year-old singer shot herself at her Tennessee farm on April 30 - a day before being inducted into the Country...
    Ashley Judd has revealed her mother, country star Naomi Judd, killed herself using a firearm at her Tennessee home on April 30.  'She used a weapon…a firearm,' Ashley said in a heartbreaking interview with Good Morning America. 'So that's the piece of information we're very uncomfortable sharing.' 'Our mother couldn't hang on until she was inducted into the hall of fame by her peers,' Ashley said. 'That is the level of catastrophe of what was going on inside of her, because the barrier between the regard in which they held her couldn't penetrate into her heart and the lie the disease told her was so convincing.' 
    Ashley Judd took aim at the potential overturning of Roe v. Wade in an Op-Ed honoring her late mother Naomi as she celebrates her first Mothers Day without her. Judd, 54, penned the Op-Ed for USA Today in which she remembered her late mother Naomi Judd, who reportedly killed herself last month a day before she was set to be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. 'This Sunday is abruptly, shockingly, my first Mother's Day without my mama,' the actress wrote. 'She died just days before my sister and I could show her again how much we love and honor her. 'It wasn't supposed to be this way. I was supposed to visit her on Sunday, to give her a box of old-fashioned candy, our family tradition,' Judd added. 'Instead, I am unmoored. But my heart is not empty. It is replete with gratitude for what she left behind. Her nurture and tenderness, her music and memory.' Judd, known for her roles in such movies as 'Kiss the Girls,' 'Double Jeopardy' and 'Heat' also wrote about her mother's journey with...
    (CNN)Ashley Judd honored her late mother, country icon Naomi Judd, in an intimate essay about maternal health and safety for USA Today on Friday. Naomi Judd, a five-time Grammy winner, died by suicide last week after a longtime struggle with anxiety and depression. In her essay, actress and political activist Ashley Judd described the feeling of being "umoored" by her mother's unexpected death.She also discussed her mother's own lifelong struggles, including "an unintended pregnancy at age 17" which "led her down a road familiar to so many adolescent mothers, including poverty and gender-based violence." Ashley Judd pays tribute to her mother NaomiAshley Judd related her mother's experiences to maternal health issues throughout the world, touching on the high maternal death rates in the United States, particularly among Black women, and the prevalence of obstetric fistulas in South Sudan.She also appeared to reference renewed debates over abortion rights, though did not address it explicitly. "Motherhood should always be a choice," Ashley Judd wrote. "Does that sound radical to you?"Read More"This Mother's Day, I choose to honor my mama for the person...
    (CNN)Ashley Judd is remembering her late mother and thanking those who are supporting her family in the wake of Naomi Judd's death this past weekend.The matriarch, who with her other daughter Wynonna made up the Grammy-winning country duo The Judds, was 76 years old. The day after Naomi Judd's death, her daughters attended the Country Music Hall of Fame ceremony where The Judds were inducted.Ashley Judd posted a series of photos and videos on her verified Instagram account on Monday that included her and her sister looking upon the induction plaque at the Hall of Fame.She also included a photo of the altar she set up to her mother and a video of her mother's husband, Larry Strickland, singing a hymn.Read More"Your outpouring is reaching me. Thank you for every thought, prayer, message, text, email, post, expression," Judd wrote in the caption."We each are alone and we are in fellowship, broken and held, protected from nothing and sustained in everything. It's the beginning of an old story, life and death, loss and life.""Be free, my beautiful mother. Be free." The...
    KIM Kardashian has arrived at the 2022 Met Gala, but her $5M dress wasn't met with total praise. Many fans slammed her as a 'Marilyn Monroe copycat' as she debuted her new BLONDE hair alongside Pete Davidson. 2Kim Kardashian was slammed as a 'bad Marilyn Monroe copycat' in her $5M look - Marlyn's ACTUAL dress - at the Met Gala 2She and her boyfriend Pete Davidson both debuted wild new looksCredit: Getty Last weekend, Kim and her boyfriend Pete Davidson were spotted leaving the tourist hotspot Ripley's Believe It or Not!, where they spent three hours of their time. The famed attraction is home to the iconic dress that Marilyn Monroe wore when she famously sang "Happy Birthday, Mr. President" to John F. Kennedy for his 45th birthday celebration at Madison Square Garden in 1962. Social media users made the connection as one person commented: "I feel she is going to be wearing a high profile celebrity dress (E.g Marilyn Monroe's) which is in a museum she visited yesterday with Pete and as she spoke about how the dress 'cannot...
    In a Saturday statement on Naomi's passing, Ashley and Wynonna said, "Today we sisters experienced a tragedy. We lost our beautiful mother to the disease of mental illness. We are shattered. We are navigating profound grief and know that as we loved her, she was loved by her public. We are in unknown territory.” Today we sisters experienced a tragedy. We lost our beautiful mother to the disease of mental illness. We are shattered. We are navigating profound grief and know that as we loved her, she was loved by her public. We are in unknown territory. — ashley judd (@ashley judd) 1651348942 What else is there to know about this?In 2016, Naomi told “Good Morning America" host Robin Roberts that she suffered from "extreme" and "severe depression" that often left her homebound. "[Fans] see me in rhinestones, you know, with glitter in my hair, that really is who I am,” she said at the time. “But then I would come home and not leave the house for three weeks, and not get out of my pajamas, and not...
    (CNN) — In announcing their mother Naomi’s death Saturday, Ashley and Wynonna Judd wrote that they lost their “beautiful mother to the disease of mental illness.” It was something that Naomi Judd had been open about. READ MORE: 2 Dead After Separate Accidents In Stockton On SundayShe wrote about her battle with severe depression and anxiety in her 2016 memoir, “River of Time: My Descent into Depression and How I Emerged with Hope.” “It’s the account of hitting rock bottom and rising again to be thankful for taking my next breath, for the gift of clear thought, for wrestling from a nightmare a way to find joy in each day,” Judd wrote in her book. While promoting her memoir, Judd explained during an interview with “Good Morning America” that her depression had been treatment resistant. “They tried me on every single thing they had in their arsenal,” Judd said at the time. “It really felt like, if I live through this I want someone to be able to see that they can survive.” “Nobody can understand it unless you’ve been...
    (CNN)In announcing their mother Naomi's death Saturday, Ashley and Wynonna Judd wrote that they lost their "beautiful mother to the disease of mental illness."It was something that Naomi Judd had been open about.She wrote about her battle with severe depression and anxiety in her 2016 memoir, "River of Time: My Descent into Depression and How I Emerged with Hope.""It's the account of hitting rock bottom and rising again to be thankful for taking my next breath, for the gift of clear thought, for wrestling from a nightmare a way to find joy in each day," Judd wrote in her book.While promoting her memoir, Judd explained during an interview with "Good Morning America" that her depression had been treatment resistant.Read More"They tried me on every single thing they had in their arsenal," Judd said at the time. "It really felt like, if I live through this I want someone to be able to see that they can survive."Naomi Judd remembered by daughters at Country Music Hall of Fame ceremony"Nobody can understand it unless you've been there," Judd told People in 2016....
    NAOMI Judd battled "extreme" depression that left her housebound and needing electroshock therapy before her shock death. The legendary country singer - who died this weekend aged 76 - spoke about her struggles with mental health in a heartbreaking interview back in 2016. 4Naimo Judd battled 'extreme' depression that left her housebound and needing electroshock therapyCredit: The Mega Agency 4The legendary country singer died this weekend aged 76Credit: The Mega Agency In it she detailed how she revealed the “completely debilitating and life-threatening” depression she battled. She GMA's Robin Roberts: "[Fans] see me in rhinestones, you know, with glitter in my hair, that really is who I am. "But then I would come home and not leave the house for three weeks, and not get out of my pajamas, and not practice normal hygiene. It was really bad. “When I came off the tour, I went into this deep, dark, absolutely terrifying hole and I couldn’t get out. I spent two years on my couch.” READ MORE SUN STORIESsee you again Carrie Underwood pays tribute to Naomi Judd onstage after star's deathFAMILY...
    Wynonna and Ashley Judd tearfully commemorated their mother Naomi Judd as they accepted the late singer’s induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame. Judds’ daughters announced the country music star’s death on Saturday, just one day before Naomi and Wynonna were going to be inducted for their Grammy-winning music duo, The Judds. “We lost our beautiful mother to the disease of mental illness,” the Judds family said in a statement, and Country Music Hall of Fame CEO Kyle Young expressed his sorrow as well, even while announcing that the induction would still happen “with heavy hearts.” "We are shocked and saddened by the death of Naomi Judd, who enters the Country Music Hall of Fame tomorrow as a member of the @juddsofficial. Her family has asked that we continue with the Judds Hall of Fame induction Sunday. We will do so, with heavy hearts." —Kyle Young, CEO pic.twitter.com/4mcLLQrjfX — Country Music HOF (@countrymusichof) May 1, 2022 Wynonna and Ashley Judd accepted the hall of fame medal on their mother’s behalf on Sunday night, and the latter...
    NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Naomi Judd's daughters honored her during her induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame Sunday night, just one day after they announced her death.During the ceremony, Wynonna Judd and Ashley Judd reflected on the difficulty of honoring their mother's achievement so soon after losing her."I didn't prepare anything tonight because I knew mom would probably talk the most," Wynonna told the audience, Taste of Country reported. Wynonna and Naomi Judd performed for decades together as the mother-daughter singing duo The Judds. "I'm gonna make this fast, because my heart's broken, and I feel so blessed. It's a very strange dynamic, to be this broken and this blessed."The Country Music Hall of Fame was "shocked and saddened" by Judd's death, CEO Kyle Young said in an earlier statement on Twitter. However, Judd's family asked that the induction of The Judds continue as planned, he said."We will do so, with heavy hearts," Young wrote.Judd passed away at the age of 76, her daughters announced Saturday, hours before the country music legend was to be celebrated alongside Wynonna at...
    NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The death of Naomi Judd just one day before her induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame has cast a pall over Sunday's ceremony -- but the show will go on.The Country Music Hall of Fame was "shocked and saddened" by Judd's death, CEO Kyle Young said in a statement on Twitter. However, Judd's family asked that the induction of the mother-daughter duo The Judds continue as planned, he said."We will do so, with heavy hearts," Young wrote.Judd passed away at the age of 76, her daughters announced Saturday, hours before the country music legend -- one half of The Judds, along with her daughter Wynonna -- was to be celebrated at the Nashville museum's Medallion Ceremony.Wynonna Judd still plans on attending the ceremony, the Hall of Fame said in an email to CNN.It's unclear how the ceremony might be changed or adjusted in the wake of Judd's passing. A separate tweet on the Hall of Fame's page announced the pre-ceremony "Red Carpet Experience," scheduled for Sunday afternoon, had been canceled in light of Judd's death.In...
    Getty Naomi Judd with her daughter Legendary singer Naomi Judd openly discussed her battles with depression and mental health in the years before her death at the age of 76. Judd, the mother to Ashley and Wynonna Judd, died as a result of “mental illness,” according to an Instagram post on Ashley Judd’s page on April 30, 2022. The post, which said Judds’ daughters are now in “unknown territory,” did not give further details about Judd’s death. Judd seemed to have a lot to look forward to, according to TMZ, she and Wynonna were going to hold an arena tour later this year and, according to TODAY, she was supposed to be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame on May 1, 2022. Read More From Heavy How You Can Help Ukraine: Verified Charities, GoFundMe & Ways to Support Ukrainians In 2017, she told ABC: “If I live through this, I want someone to be able to see that they can survive.” In that interview, she said her face was swollen and her hands shook because of...
    (CNN)The death of Naomi Judd just one day before her induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame has cast a pall over Sunday's ceremony -- but the show will go on. The Country Music Hall of Fame was "shocked and saddened" by Judd's death, CEO Kyle Young said in a statement on Twitter. However, Judd's family asked that the induction of the mother-daughter duo The Judds continue as planned, he said. "We will do so, with heavy hearts," Young wrote.Judd passed away at the age of 76, her daughters announced Saturday, hours before the country music legend -- one half of The Judds, along with her daughter Wynonna -- was to be celebrated at the Nashville museum's Medallion Ceremony. Country music legend Naomi Judd, one half of The Judds, dies age 76It's unclear how the ceremony might be changed or adjusted in the wake of Judd's passing. A separate tweet on the Hall of Fame's page announced the pre-ceremony "Red Carpet Experience," scheduled for Sunday afternoon, had been canceled in light of Judd's death. Read MoreIn their announcements...
    Carrie Underwood, Maren Morris, and Kristin Chenoweth all took to social media on Saturday to pay tribute to country music legend Naomi Judd. Judd's daughters Wynonna and Ashley announced the unexpected news of their mother's death earlier in the day. 'Today we sisters experienced a tragedy. We lost our beautiful mother to the disease of mental illness,' the collectively wrote. Sad news: Wynonna and Ashley Judd announced the unexpected news of their mother Naomi Judd's death on Saturday RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Wynonna Judd expected to attend The Judds' Country Music... 'An undeniably iconic duo': Kacey Musgraves introduces The... Naomi Judd spoke about falling into an 'dark, absolutely... Naomi Judd, of Grammy-winning duo The Judds, dies at 76 Share this article Share Honoring Naomi: Carrie Underwood, Maren Morris, and Kristin Chenoweth paid tribute to Naomi Judd Thoughtful words: Carrie Underwood shared her thoughts on Naomi's death Heartfelt: Kristin Chenoweth shared a memory of meeting Judd Remembering: Maren Morris reflected on the music icon's recent performance Condolences: Tributes poured in...