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Wynonna Judd says she SEES her mother Naomi’s presence on stage in the form of ‘angels’… 2 years after icon’s death by suicide at age 76

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Wynonna Judd “sees angels” and talks to her late mother Naomi Judd every time she’s on stage.

The musician, best known for appearing alongside her daughter as part of the 1980s singing duo The Judds, died by suicide in April 2022 at the age of 76.

The death came after years of Naomi battling depression.

And Wynonna, whose sister is actress Ashley Judd, has shared how she still feels her mother’s presence.

Asked about us weekly If he still talks to his late mother, he replied, “Yes, I do.” On stage I look up a lot because I see angels. Now I do it with mom.’

Judd added: “I was like, ‘What the hell are you doing?’ Where are you and why aren’t you here? And why don’t we sing together again?”

Wynonna Judd “sees angels” and talks to her late mother Naomi Judd every time she’s on stage. The musician, best known for appearing alongside her daughter as part of the 1980s singing duo The Judds, committed suicide in April 2022 at the age of 76; seen June 1

Wynonna, left, and Naomi Judd, right, accepted their eighth consecutive CMA Award during the 25th Annual CMA Awards at the Grand Ole Opry House in 1991.

Wynonna, left, and Naomi Judd, right, accepted their eighth consecutive CMA Award during the 25th Annual CMA Awards at the Grand Ole Opry House in 1991.

According to a fact sheet on communication after death published by the University of North Texas, an analysis of 35 research studies involving a total of more than 50,000 people concluded that one-third of people have experienced some form of communication after death. of death by a deceased loved one. one.

People of all nationalities report these events, so receiving a message from a deceased friend or family member should not be considered “so strange,” it added.

When Judd was asked how he was coping with the loss of his mother, he said, “I’m in a really good place.”

“I’ve worked on forgiveness and my anger and frustration with suicide,” the songbird added.

‘(At a fan club party) last night, everyone was wearing Judds t-shirts from the ’80s and ’90s. I thought, ‘I have a choice. I can be better or bitter.’

‘My pain comes and goes. I see it as a gift in terms of the healing part,” added the award-winning artist.

The 60-year-old country star says he cries as many times as he needs to.

'My pain comes and goes. I see it as a gift in terms of the healing part

‘My pain comes and goes. I see it as a gift in terms of the healing part,” added the award-winning artist. Wynonna and Naomi in 1986

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“I’ve worked on forgiveness and my anger and frustration with suicide,” the songbird added. ‘(At a fan club party) last night, everyone was wearing Judds t-shirts from the ’80s and ’90s. I thought, ‘I have a choice. I can be better or bitter.’ Seen in 2006.

She said: “Something will happen and you start crying and thinking, ‘What’s wrong with me?’ Then you realize that there is nothing wrong with you.

‘It’s important to accept it and lean into it. I cry all I need to and when it’s time to end, it will be.’

Wynonna has been caring for her troubled daughter Grace Kelley’s 27-year-old two-year-old daughter, Kaliyah, and helping her heal.

The death came after years of Naomi battling depression. And Wynonna, whose sister is actress Ashley Judd, has shared how she still feels her mother's presence. When UsWeekly asked her if she still talks to her late mother, she responded:

The death came after years of Naomi battling depression. And Wynonna, whose sister is actress Ashley Judd, has shared how she still feels her mother’s presence. When asked by UsWeekly if she still talks to her late mother, she responded, “Yes, yes.” On stage I look up a lot because I see angels. Now I do it with mom

Judd added:

Judd added: “I’m wondering, ‘What the hell are you doing?’ Where are you and why aren’t you here? And why don’t we sing together again?”‘ Lainey Wilson, left, and Judd at CMA Fest on June 9 in Nashville

When asked when she feels her mother is with her the most, she said, “When I’m on stage.” And when I’m with Kaliyah. He carries with him a photo of her mom and a photo of her and her mom. I talk to him about them and tell him: “They love you very much.”

Wynonna says that “music has always been a safety net,” especially when she was feeling suicidal herself.

When asked how his relationship with music has changed since losing his mother and bandmate, he said, “Music has always been a security.”

‘I went through a lot in my adolescence.

‘I’ve gone from not wanting to live and trying (to commit suicide) and being on stage 25 years later and now almost 50 years…’

(LR) Naomi poses with her daughters, actress Ashley and singer Wynonna, on the red carpet during the 2005 annual YouthAIDS benefit gala in Washington, DC.

(LR) Naomi poses with her daughters, actress Ashley and singer Wynonna, on the red carpet during the 2005 annual YouthAIDS benefit gala in Washington, DC.

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