Appearing on The Late Show's staple singing sketch, Streisand ostensibly gave host James Corden a lift when his found his auto booted on an L.A. street.
Streisand then warned Corden about her driving, that she recently got her license renewed and failed the test three times, and once accidentally drove onto the up ramp of a freeway. And today, she releases her new album Walls, which features the new anti-Trump song "Don't Lie To Me".
"It this is how I go out, I'll take it".
To calm herself down before a performance, she tells herself, "Let go and let god".
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However, the SPD's historic losses could mean yet more pain for the chancellor's already troubled government coalition in Berlin . She is understood to have said she intends to continue as Chancellor until 2021 when her current term finished.
Streisand never mentions the president by name, but she doesn't have to.
At another point, Corden asked her about "the moment where [she] didn't perform for 27 years". "I don't get nervous nervous, but I don't enjoy it", she explained.
"What's a better way to change my name than speaking to Apple, Tim Cook and saying, 'It would be so helpful if Siri said my name right. Is that possible?'" she said, noting that he complied.
The singer said Cook honored her request, and she gave Siri's pronunciation a thumbs up when Corden tested it live.
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Earlier Friday, a 12th device addressed to former director of National Intelligence James Clapper had been found. All the packages were sent in manila envelopes with bubble wrap, marked with computer-printed address labels.
"I once called Steve Jobs when I couldn't figure out something on my computer", she said of the late Apple CEO.
"Every song relates to something about what's going on in these hard times".
So what does she say to get herself ready to go out there. "The only thing I can do is write about it and tweet, people deserve the truth".
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Price started Game 2 back in Boston and threw 13 pitches in relief in Game 3, so he'll be on short rest and then some for Game 5. After Pearce broke the game wide open in the ninth inning , the Sox padded the lead with a Xander Bogaerts RBI-single.