James Corden And Barbra Streisand Do Carpool Karaoke

03 November, 2018, 04:46 | Author: Ethel Goodwin

Funny Girl and Yentl star Barbra Streisand made a drive-by appearance in the November 1 broadcast of The Late Late Show With James Corden-during the popular Carpool Karaoke segment.

She and Corden ran through Streisand's most iconic songs, including "The Way We Were" and "Don't Rain on My Parade", and covers of classics like "Imagine" and "What a Wonderful World". Corden, however, almost had second thoughts about his A-list assist, as Streisand proceeded to detail how when recently required to retake the written driver's test, she failed.

Barbra Streisand was in the driver's seat for her turn at Carpool Karaoke, and the anecdotes exchanged were just as entertaining as the songs sung. "I get scared", the legendary singer told James.

Streisand never mentions the president by name, but she doesn't have to.

Despite her storied career, Streisand admitted that she struggles with performing after taking 27 years off due to stage fright.

"I don't get nervous, nervous, but I don't enjoy it", she told Corden. "So what's a better way to change my name than by speaking to Apple?" She says that she's called Apple's Tim Cook to fix how Siri pronounced her last name, and also reached out to the late Steve Jobs when she had a problem with her computer. "Is that possible?'" she said, noting that he complied.

Corden is stranded and then picked up by Streisand, who claims she doesn't put the radio on to hear music.

"Every song relates to something about what's going on in these hard times".

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