Whitney Houston on 'Good Morning America': Return of the diva

whitneyhouston_gma_290.jpgWhitney Houston's much-anticipated new album "I Look to You" hit stores Tuesday, and judging by the reaction of fans at "Good Morning America," she's going to do all right with it.

Houston performed a mini-concert on "GMA's" Central Park stage Tuesday, and it aired Wednesday on the ABC morning show. Her huge voice sounded strong, and she seemed at home on stage as she performed some old songs ("I Am Every Woman") and new ones ("Million Dollar Bill," written by Alicia Keys).

ABC has video up of several of her songs, as well as an interview segment with the pop diva. Unfortunately, the network's video player doesn't allow embedding on other sites, but we did find a YouTube video for "Million Dollar Bill" made by someone who attended the concert. It's below; you can also see "I Am Every Woman," a cleaner version of "Million Dollar Bill" and other songs at ABCNews.com.


Houston also brought her daughter, Bobbi Kristina, on stage to sing a little. Check out the family affair:



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