Wynonna Judd has shared that she still talks to her late mum Naomi Judd two years after her death.

In a new interview with Us Weekly, the country singer was asked if she still talks to her mother, who died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound in April 2022.

"I do. On stage, I look up a lot because I see angels. Now I do it with Mom," Wynonna replied. "I'm like, 'What the hell are you doing? Where are you and why are you not here? And why are we not singing together again?'"

The 60-year-old explained she feels closest to her mother when she's on stage and when she's with her two-year-old granddaughter Kaliyah.

"She carries a picture of Mama around and a picture of her and her mom," Wynonna shared. "I talk to her about them and say, 'They love you very much.'"

Kaliyah is the daughter of Grace Kelley, Wynonna's daughter with ex-husband Arch Kelley III.

Elsewhere in the interview, Wynonna insisted she was "in a really good place".

"I've worked on forgiveness and my anger and frustration with suicide," she told the outlet. "(At a fan club party) last night, everyone had on Judds T-shirts from the '80s and '90s. I thought, I have a choice: I can either be better or bitter. My grief comes and goes. I see it as a gift in terms of the healing part."

The singer went on to reveal that the loss of her mother has brought her and her actress sister Ashley Judd closer together.

"Now that Mom's gone, it feels like there's more of a solidifying - and that grout between the stones is God," she explained. "We're both believers so we have such a strong connection now. There's no drama there, and if there is, it doesn't last as long as it used to. We're older now and we realize we have only so much time left."