Streisand talks about the upcoming duets album she’s working on with “Babyface” Edmonds that feature her first duet with her son, Jason Gould.
According to Streisand, “When I heard the things he’s recorded, the musicianship, the sound of his voice, it’s like he has a little chamber music orchestra right in his vocal chords.”
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Streisand also talks about her 16-year marriage to James Brolin, her brand new album, “Release Me,” and her passion project, the Barbra Streisand Women’s Heart Center.
From Barbra Streisand to Jen Aniston, Hollywood's most glamorous ladies attended ELLE magazine's 18th Annual Women of Hollywood Tribute, honoring Michelle Pfeiffer in Beverly Hills on Monday evening.
Pfeiffer, still happily married to writer David E. Kelly after 17 years, said, "I picked well. I think most people don't pick well."
Arriving solo to the red carpet, Jen Aniston ditched her usual LBD for a playful, gold low-cut Kaufmanfranco number and chatted it up with pal Reese Witherspoon and boyfriend Justin Theroux inside the event.
Sunday's 53rd Annual Grammys featured the hottest, youngest, newest and most respected performers in the music industry.
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"Extra's" Jerry Penacoli caught up with actor Robert Redford, as he readied for the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, to talk about a possible onscreen reunion with his "The Way We Were" co-star, Barbra Streisand.
While Redford said he isn't into doing sequels, per se, he did like the idea of having "The Way We Were" characters Hubbell and Katie come together after living separate lives. "Yes, to me that would be an interesting love story. To see these people -- who had this sexual passion, tremendous heat that led them into marriage -- grow apart and mature, going through separate life journeys and then coming back together again. That appeals to me a lot."
Singer Barbra Streisand welcomed ABC reporter Robin Roberts into the Malibu, Calif. estate she shares with husband James Brolin -- and opened up about her life, her new book, "My Passion for Design" -- and all about her latest film, "Little Fockers."
See more of Barbra Streisand's interview Wednesday on ABC's "Nightline" at 11:35 PM.
"Little Fockers" stars Dustin Hoffman and Owen Wilson joked with "Extra's" AJ Calloway about their French-kissing scenes with co-star Barbra Streisand.
Streisand and Hoffman reprise their roles as Greg Focker's (Ben Stiller) parents, who finally meet Wilson's character, Kevin, ex-boyfriend of Pamela Byrnes-Focker (Teri Polo).
Wilson described his hilariously awkward scene with Streisand. "We got to do it again and again, and she seemed startled every single time." Hoffman quickly chimed in, "She was, because she didn't know when old frisky was gonna dart out!" indicating Wilson's tongue.
The two funnymen continued the conversation between themselves. "Actually, I got a little turned on by it," Hoffman laughed. "You got a little aroused," queried Wilson, to which the veteran actor replied, "A little bit. I don't know about a woody, but I got a little bit of balsam."
Watch all the antics, plus how Jessica Alba fit in as the set newbie!
Singer, actress, director and recording superstar Barbra Streisand will be honored as the 2011 MusiCares "Person of the Year" at a special event to be held Feb. 11, 2011, celebrating her exceptional artistic achievements and her extraordinary philanthropic work.
The glittering evening, to be held at the Los Angeles Convention Center, will be filled with performances from Grammy-winning artists, including Tony Bennett, Donna Summer, Stevie Wonder, Diana Krall, and "Glee" stars, Lea Michele, Matthew Morrison, Kristin Chenoweth and Darren Criss.
La Streisand will close the evening with her own special performance.
Proceeds from the annual "Person of the Year" tribute provide essential support for MusiCares, which ensures that aspiring musicians have a place to turn in times of financial, medical and personal need.
"The Way We Were" stars Barbra Streisand and Robert Redford reunited on "Oprah" and gave their first interview together, 37 years after they appeared in the film.
Oprah Winfrey surprised Streisand by bringing Redford out, and the singer/actress greeted her former co-star warmly, wondering why they never did an interview. "Because I never thought I'd get a word in," quipped Redford. Laughing, Streisand responded, "True."