Barbra Streisand Makes Some 'Memories' On Carpool Karaoke

Barbra Streisand Carpool Karaoke

Barbra Streisand Carpool Karaoke

Streisand was nominated for a Tony in 1962 for I Can Get It For Your Wholesale and then again in 1964 for Funny Girl.

"I once called Steve Jobs when I couldn't figure out something on my computer", she said of the late Apple CEO.

After picking Corden up from the side of the road after his vehicle has been booted for unpaid tickets, Streisand admits that she's had to retake her driving test a few times recently because she was unable to pass her renewal test. Whoops! The vehicle was on a tow, so she didn't drive.

The singer talked about her 27-year hiatus from performing because of her stage fright. The pair belted out some of her famous songs and shared a lot of laughs along the way. She won her second Oscar for Best Original Song for "Evergreen" from her 1976 film A Star Is Born.

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Streisand's new album Walls arrives November 2.

While she says she no longer gets nervous nervous, she still doesn't love it. The thing that stands out the most is how much she enjoyed herself. But these days she can tell herself, "Let go, and let God".

And although a politically charged album may turn off some fans, Streisand said her new work was heavily inspired by current events. But hey, at least she didn't (again) steer the wrong way up an off-ramp with Corden riding shotgun! Not only did Babs sing her heart out, but she told a hilarious story about contacting the head of Apple to change the way Siri pronounces her name!

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