Wynonna Judd recently shared more on her mother and the last moments she spent with Naomi Judd after she self-transitioned. Judd said during the People's Choice Country Awards, "So I graduated high school in 1982. In 1983, I got a record deal with RCA Records, and I got on a Silver Eagle bus with my mama and did her hair every night for 10 years for free." She continued, "And then on August the 30th of last year, my mother committed suicide, and I went to her house and she died there, but we followed the ambulance anyway to the hospital where she was pronounced dead." She added, "I walked into the room and I held her in my arms, I kissed her on the forehead, shut her eyes and said, 'I love you, Mom.'" Wynonna continued, "And I walked out of that room, went home, got up the next morning and showed up at the Country Music Hall of Fame to be inducted into the Hall of Fame." What is your greatest superpower?