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Whitney Houston live on 'GMA': What's your verdict?

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Whitney Houston appeared on Good Morning America today to promote her first album in seven years, I Look to You (and reunite with her self-proclaimed “dearest friend” Diane Sawyer).

In a silver tunic and black leggings, Houston performed four songs: Look‘s title track, the Alicia Keys-penned “Million Dollar Bill,” her 1998 hit “My Love Is Your Love” (for which daughter Bobbi Christina joined her onstage), and her ’92 cover of Chaka Khan’s “I’m Every Woman.”

Watch a fan-taped sneak peek below, and view the entire show in five segments (including a brief interview) at ABC’s official website here.

What do you think of her comeback, Music Mixers? She seemed to be in a better place and genuinely glad to be there, but her voice is certainly not what it was; Houston blamed too much talking, specifically her recently completed interview with Oprah which airs Monday, Sept 14. Do you agree with her claims that she “never left”?

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