Whitney Houston took the stage of Central Park's Rumsey Playfield on September 1 for her comeback performance after seven years in hiatus. Performing for "Good Morning America", the singer lost her voice since her first set of "Million Dollar Bill".
Whitney then exited from the stage for a brief break before taking the mic again. Singing the title track from her latest studio album "I Look to You", she once again got her voice cracked and was out of breath halfway through the song.
"I'm so sorry. I did 'Oprah [Winfrey Show]' I've been talking for so long. ... I talked so much, my voice," she apologetically told the concertgoers gathering at the venue. "I shouldn't be talking. I should be singing," she said before finishing her GMA performance with another track titled "I'm Every Woman".
Whitney Houston's performance at "Good Morning America" is televised on September 2 at 7 A.M. ET on ABC.