Barbra Streisand Says She ‘Doesn’t Enjoy’ Performing After Stage Fright Hiatus

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Barbra Streisand did Carpool Karaoke with James Corden and the video is just what you expected - and wanted.

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". Her new album, Walls, was inspired by her anger over the current administration, and the single, "Don't Lie to Me" is aimed directly at Trump.

"It this is how I go out, I'll take it".

"I don't want to disappoint people", she told Corden, explaining that before every show, she now says "Let go and let God". It seems her driving skills haven't improved that much since either as Streisand admitted she even found herself driving on the wrong side of the highway recently.

"I don't get nervous nervous, but I don't enjoy it", she said of performing. "So what's a better way to change my name than by speaking to Apple?" 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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But Straisand said her call to Cook wasn't the first time she reached out to a tech CEO for help.

Said Corden: "This is not what I need to hear right now".

"Every song relates to something about what's going on in these hard times". "The only thing I can do is write about it, and tweet".

Barbra Streisand may be an EGOT legend, but the "Funny Girl" star still gets stage fright.