Barbra Streisand opens up about stage fright during Carpool Karaoke

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"Yeah, a moment", she laughed. "If this is how I go out, I'll take it... died at the hands of Barbra Streisand".

On Carpool Karaoke, Streisand and Corden sang "Don't Lie To Me" and Streisand's new version of John Lennon's "Imagine", as well as older joints "Enough Is Enough", "They Way We Were", and "Don't Lie To Me".

Corden is usually the one behind the wheel, but as the episode began Streisand was picking him up, since his vehicle had a boot on its wheel. 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. "I get scared. I just don't want to disappoint people".

She also described a time when got distracted on the road, and turned her auto onto a highway on-ramp.

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Corden then questioned Streisand, who has never been US President Donald Trump's biggest fan, about her current views on American politics. "So what's a better way to change my name than by speaking to Apple?"

Barbra Streisand seemingly has every award under the sun (she's one of few people to receive EGOT status), but the famous singer isn't immune to everyday problems.

"I once called Steve Jobs when I couldn't figure out something on my computer", she said of the late Apple co-founder. And her reaction to the lyrics was just as priceless! The thing that stands out the most is how much she enjoyed herself.

Walls features fresh interpretations of "What the World Needs Now" and her signature, "Happy Days Are Here Again", alongside a duet of "Imagine"/"What a Wonderful World".