Barbra Streisand Warns James Corden About Her Driving on ‘Carpool Karaoke’

The 12-minute Carpool Karaoke was a joyful one, filled with plenty of laughs of A-list moments. "I've got to be honest though, if this is how I go out, I'll take it".

Corden is stranded and then picked up by Streisand, who claims she doesn't put the radio on to hear music.

To calm her nerves, Streisand turns to her motto: "Let go and let God".

What a dream to be driven around by Barbra Streisand.until you learn she failed her driver's license test three times.

Corden also gets the legendary singer-actress to talk about her long hiatus from live performances, and she admits she's still not hot on the idea of performing live in front of an audience. "I just don't want to disappoint people". In fact, she didn't perform for 27 years because of that reason.

All of Corden's worries were quelled as the pair sang through the Streisand songbook, including "Don't Rain On My Parade", "The Way We Were", her Donna Summer collaboration "No More Tears (Enough Is Enough)", and her mashup of "Imagine" and "What a Wonderful World".

"People still mispronounce my name, they say Stry-zand, Strisand in England", she complained. She insisted that she never thinks of herself that way.

But Straisand said her call to Cook wasn't the first time she reached out to a tech CEO for help. "I get scared", she admitted.

The politically-motivated artist explained that it was the current state of affairs in the United States that inspired her latest album, "Walls", before she and Corden belted a powerful rendition of the album's track, "Don't Lie to Me". She received a Special Tony Award in 1970.

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