This isn't the first time Tamron Hall has been open about her grief following the death of music legend Prince

By Char Adams
Updated August 31, 2016 01:35 PM
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Tamron Hall revealed that she went to therapy for the first time following the death of her close friend, music legend Prince.

During the Today show’s third hour, the anchor revealed to co-host Billy Bush that she sought professional counseling following the music icon’s death on April 21.

Hall, 45, did not give details about the therapy, but has been open about her grief following the death of her self-described “best friend.”

She took time off from Today following the tragedy, telling fans upon her return that it had been a “tough week.”

“I would be lying to you if I said I was 100 percent myself. I’m not. This is an ongoing situation,” Hall said at the time.

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“We spoke just two days before he passed away and all of the developments that came out have just made me question a lot of things about life,” she continued.

Prince was found unresponsive in the elevator of his Paisley Park home and studio in Minnesota. He was 57.

A medical examiner determined that the singer died of an opioid overdose.

Hall spoke with MSNBC’s Craig Melvin the day after the singer was found unresponsive, calling Prince “the person I communicate with more than anyone.”

“I’m sorry for the world losing this gift, but he’s not gone,” she said. “He is not gone.”