June 25, 2022

Nation music singer Naomi Judd died on the age of 76 from her battle with psychological sickness, in response to an Instagram submit by her well-known daughters Wynonna and Ashley Judd. 

On Saturday, Ashley Judd appeared to submit a joint assertion on her social media accounts saying the dying of their mom.

“At present we sisters skilled a tragedy. We misplaced our lovely mom to the illness of psychological sickness,” the assertion learn. 

“We’re shattered. We’re navigating profound grief and know that as we liked her, she was liked by her public. We’re in unknown territory.”

Wynonna and Noami Judd have been anticipated to be inducted into the  Nation Music Corridor of Fame on Sunday for the mother-daughter group’s success all through their profession.

With a catalog of hit songs like “Mama He’s Loopy,” “Women Night time Out,” “Why Not Me,” “Love Can Construct a Bridge,” and “Grandpa,” The Judds racked up 5 Grammys, seven ACM Awards, and 9 CMA Awards.

The group first got here collectively in 1983 earlier than disbanding in 1991 when Naomi Judd was recognized with hepatitis. The group was set to reunite for a tour later this yr.

Together with taking up a solo profession after the break up,  Naomi Judd appeared in TV exhibits, together with “third Rock From the Solar,” “Frasier,” and “Touched by an Angel.”

She additionally landed roles in a number of motion pictures, together with “A Vacation Romance,” “Newlyweds,” and “The Household Tree.”

In recent times, Naomi Judd has spoken publically about her private points and the way she struggled with despair since she was a toddler. Nonetheless, she didn’t element the extent of her psychological sickness.

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Judd is survived by her daughters, Ashley and Wynonna, in addition to her husband, Larry Strickland.

Naomi Judd visits “Varney & Co” at Fox Information Channel Studios on December 8, 2017 in New York Metropolis. Picture: Roy Rochlin/Getty Pictures

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