From threatening to move to Canada or Australia if elections don't go her way to saying President Trump's comments are "making her fat", the singer has made some pretty bold claims along the way. Later, she returned to the question and said, "You asked me what I think he's good at?"
Her magnificent voice, at times quivering with deeply felt emotion, may not be the ideal instrument for expressing pointed political anger, and the soft string accompaniment becomes a bit predictable.
It's been 13 years since Barbra Streisand released her last album of mostly original material: "Guilty Pleasures", her 2005 collaboration with Barry Gibb. "I'm either coming to your country [Australia], if you'll let me in, or Canada", Streisand said in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter.
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Back in the relative safety of the auto - where the only scary thing is James Corden's belief that he has a comparable range to his famous guests - they discussed her hand injury. I probably will turn a lot of people off. "I hope it does".
She told the newspaper: "Truth has always worked for me, so to see the truth defiled every day is very, very painful for me". "And that became the title of the first song". The next one, "Don't Lie to Me", is even more direct, beginning with, "Why can't you just tell me the truth?"
"I want to sleep nights", she continued, "if we take the House [of Representatives] I'll be able to sleep a little bit better".