And her reaction to the lyrics was just as priceless! Corden seems nervous at first, but then he realizes that if he's gotta go out, death by Streisand is probably not a bad way to do so. It was here the singer explained the current political climate is the reasoning behind her new album "Walls".
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". She won her second Oscar for Best Original Song for "Evergreen" from her 1976 film A Star Is Born.
The famous songwriter revealed it took her four attempts to pass her written driving test to get her license renewed, claiming she was "so nervous".
Walls is out now.
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At another point, Corden asked her about "the moment where [she] didn't perform for 27 years".
"I've been driving for a long time, but I haven't driven recently because my mind is twirling and sometimes - well, not anymore on the phone, but it used to be", she said. "I get scared, I just don't want to disappoint people".
"I once called Steve Jobs when I couldn't figure out something on my computer", she said of the late Apple CEO. 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! "Every song relates to something about what's going on with these hard times". The thing that stands out the most is how much she enjoyed herself. She has worked on it over the years and told James what helps her overcome her fears: Before going onstage, she said, she tells herself, "Let go and let God".