Babs is taking the wheel!
The last late show and host James Corden announced on Tuesday that Barbra Streisand is the latest celebrity to star in her own installment of the popular Carpool Karaoke series.
"They say there's a first time for everything … can you believe that this was the first time I sang aloud in a car?" Streisand, 76, tweeted, along with an advance of the episode, which will air on Thursday.
The music icon joins some of its predecessors, such as Lady Gaga and Paul McCartney, as it takes the driver's seat and takes the native from the UK on a trip.
"Normally I do not set the radio to listen to music, do you really have to listen to it?", Streisand tells Corden that before the pair of the song runs the lyrics of "Do not Rain on My Parade" Funny girl that the winner of EGOT starred on both the stage in 1964 and the screen in 1968.
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the Late afternoon The segment comes almost a month after Streisand released his new single "Do not Lie to Me", which is the first song of his album number 36, The walls
"Do not lie to me" sees the star of multiple scripts criticize the leadership of President Donald Trump over extensive pop production. "How do you sleep when the world keeps turning? / Everything we build has been undone / How do you sleep when the world is burning? / Everyone responds to someone, "Streisand sings in the song, which he co-wrote after hearing the disturbing news headlines on the radio during a recent road trip." Can not you see I'm crying? / Can not you see we're crying? / Where is the new horizon?
Walls, Streisand's largest collection of predominantly original tunes from his 2005 collaborative LP Guilty pleasures with Barry Gibb, will debut on November 2.
The Late Late Show with James Corden It is broadcasted on weekends at 12:37 a.m. on CBS.