Why Naomi Judd Died By Suicide? She Leave a Video Footage & Suicide Note Before her death

Naomi Judd was born Diana Ellen Judd in Kentucky in January 1946. Singer and television star Naomi Judd, famous for nearly four decades as the matriarch of the country music duo the Judds, died Saturday at 76.

She was a famous American Singer. She was one of the best singers. All the songs were good. She was also a Television Star.

Naomi Judd Cause Of Death

It was a suicide. It was a gun shot in her head. The daughters announced her death on Saturday in a statement provided to The Associated Press.

“Today we sisters experienced a tragedy. We lost our beautiful mother to the disease of mental illness,” the statement said. “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.”

Naomi and her daughter, Wynonna, began singing together as a professional actor in the early 1980s, eventually producing a string of major hits, including “Mama He’s Crazy” and “Love Can Build a Bridge,” and selling more than 20 million records.
Younger daughter Ashley Judd later became a celebrity in her own right as an actress.
Over the course of seven years, The Judds won five Grammys and had 14 No. 1 singles, according to the Country Music Hall of Fame.

How Did Naomi Judd Die?

She died by suicide. The Judds had just announced an arena tour to begin in the fall, their first tour in more than a decade. They made a return to awards shows when they performed at the CMT Music Awards earlier this month.

“Honored to have witnessed Love Can Build a Bridge just a few short weeks ago,” singer Maren Morris posted on Twitter on Saturday.

“This is heartbreaking news,” singer Travis Tritt posted, noting that he worked with Judd several times on screen and in performance. “Naomi Judd was one of the sweetest people I’ve ever known.”

The mother-daughter pair scored 14 No 1 songs in a career that spanned nearly three decades. After rising to the top of country music, they suffered a reversal in 1991 after doctors diagnosed Naomi Judd with hepatitis.

The Video Footage

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