Wynonna Judd spoke publicly for the first time about the death of her mother Naomi Judd, who died by suicide in late April. Naomi and Wynonna Judd made up the Grammy-winning duo The Judds.

Wynonna, 58, started the interview, which aired Sunday on CBS, by saying that a "new chapter begins."

Naomi died at age 76 from a gunshot wound to the head at her home in Leiper's Fork, Tennessee. She reportedly struggled with bipolar disorder and dealt with post-traumatic stress.

"I got the call, and I went over, and I saw her, and I said goodbye to her in the hospital, and I closed her eyes, and I kissed her forehead, and that was that. And next thing I know, I'm sitting here on the side porch, and I'm just trying to figure out what's next," Wynonna said in the interview.

"I did not know that she was at the place she was at when she ended it, because she had had episodes before and she got better. And that's what I live in, is like, 'Was there anything I should have looked for or should I have known?' I didn't," she added.

Wynonna recalled fighting with her mother and said her mother's death has left her with a lot of anger that she does not think that will ever go away.

Wynonna then explained that although she feels angry, she is often reminded of good memories that they had together and how the memories of the arguing and fighting go away.

"When you lose your mother, a lot of that crap goes away, 'cause it doesn't matter anymore. It just doesn't," Wynonna said.

The Judds released some of country music's biggest hits in the 1980's including "Why Not Me," Rockin' With the Rhythm Of The Rain," "Mama He's Crazy," "Give a Little Love." Their first studio album was released in 1984.

The Judds had 14 No. 1 hits and sold over 20 million albums.