Watch Barbra Streisand and James Corden Belt Out ’Don't Rain on My Parade,’ ’The Way We Were,’ and More in Carpool Karaoke

Video   Watch Barbra Streisand and James Corden Belt Out ’Don't Rain on My Parade,’ ’The Way We Were,’ and More in Carpool Karaoke
 
The Funny Girl star picked up Late Late Show host Corden November 1.

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.

The two Tony winners joined forces on a host of Streisand classics, including “Don't Rain on My Parade,” “Enough Is Enough,” “The Way We Were,” and more. Streisand also explained her decades-long absence from the stage and how she was able to get Apple's Siri to pronounce her name correctly. Watch the Late Late Show segment above.

Streisand was nominated for a Tony in 1962 for I Can Get It For Your Wholesale and then again in 1964 for Funny Girl. She received a Special Tony Award in 1970. When it comes to Funny Girl, Streisand did take home the Oscar for her on screen portrayal of Fanny Brice. She won her second Oscar for Best Original Song for “Evergreen” from her 1976 film A Star Is Born. The recent remake starring Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga has sparked a new wave of fans of the story and its many versions, including the 1954 movie starring Judy Garland.

Corden is a Tony winner for One Man, Two Guvnors and hosted the Tony Awards in 2016. He appeared as The Baker in the movie version of Stephen Sondheim’s Into the Woods. The Late Late Show host is a winner of seven Emmys.

Streisand's new album Walls arrives November 2. Check out a track from the recording below:

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.”

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