Naomi Judd memorial performances: ‘The show must go on’ for Wynonna

The world gave more than a little love to Naomi Judd on Sunday during the star-studded celebration of her life.

Her daughters, Ashley and Wynonna Judd, and husband, Larry Strickland, gathered with the country music community at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville

To remember the singing legend, who died by suicide in late April.

“Naomi Judd: A River of Time” aired commercial-free on CMT with performances by Ashley McBryde, Brad Paisley,

Brad Paisley, Brandi Carlile, Carly Pearce, Emmylou Harris and Allison Russell, Gaither Vocal Band, Jamey Johnson, Little Big Town and Wynonna.

Wynonna also announced that she will continue the 11-date national tour

she previously had scheduled with her mom before her untimely death.

Judd, 57, sang an emotional rendition of Bette Midler’s “The Rose” alongside Carlile, 40.

At one point, Judd got choked up, stopped the song and asked for a do-over, to much fanfare.

Fans also turned out en masse to say goodbye to Judd during a procession down Nashville’s Broadway.

Hosted by “Good Morning America” anchor Robin Roberts, other celebrities appeared onstage to pay their respects