The auto was on a tow, so she didn't drive.
The British comedian had some amusing moments with the 76-year-old singing legend as she admitted that she's not the best driver.
Not only did Streisand fail the test three times, she admitted that she was once so distracted she drove onto the off-ramp of a highway, into oncoming traffic. The idea of Streisand driving around Los Angeles rattled Corden even more when she recalled the moment she thought of giving up driving completely. The pair belted out some of her famous songs and shared a lot of laughs along the way. "I don't get nervous nervous, but I don't enjoy it".
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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. "Let go and let God". One of the season's biggest cultural artifacts is the new version of A Star Is Born, which has presumably sent plenty of people back to check out the version that Streisand made in 1976.
And while Streisand insisted that she was not a diva, she described calling the CEO of Apple to complain about her iPhone's virtual assistant, Siri.
"Didn't you call Tim Cook to get him to change how Siri says your name on an iPhone?" he asked her, to which she quickly snapped, "That's different".
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".