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Carrie Underwood and other country stars react to Naomi Judd's death

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Posted at 8:14 AM, May 01, 2022

Country music fans and performers are joining the Judd familyin mourning the death of Naomi Judd.

The music legend's daughters announced her death, citing 'the disease of mental illness' on Saturday, as the cause.

Oklahoma native and music star Carrie Underwood shared a tweet about the loss.

Oklahoma native and Tony Award-winning performer Kristin Chenoweth shared her thoughts about Naomi Judd's kindness.

Maren Morris, who saw the Judds at the CMT awards just weeks ago also posted on social media about her death.

The Judds were scheduled to be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame on Sunday.

Tanya Tucker wrote on Twitter calling this "The biggest hurdle they will ever have," referring to the Judd daughters.

Country music legend Billy Ray Cyrus wrote, "As a fellow Kentuckian my hats off in honor of the legacy of music she shared with the world and the doors she opened."

Country Music Television (CMT) tweeted, "Our hearts go out to her husband Larry, daughters Wynonna & Ashley."

This story was originally published by KJRH in Tulsa, Oklahoma.