Online reports read ‘disaster’ early Wednesday after Whitney Houston’s anticipated taping for Good Morning America went down Tuesday night. Publications, including The Rolling Stone, have even claimed Houston’s voice is gone. But, a representative for the diva says that is far from the truth. According to the rep, Houston was only to perform two songs and not four. Sources attending the show said the diva struggled on the last few songs, including “I’m Every Woman”. Speaking with TMZ, the rep says “She was only ever committed to two songs, so she actually extended the show to the third and fourth songs.” Houston’s performance will air on Good Morning America today, Wednesday, September 2. The appearance follows the anticipated release of Houston’s first album in over five years, titled “I Look To You”. “I Look To You” is in stores now.