Barbra Streisand: I'm not afraid of losing fans with anti-Trump album

Ariana Grande and James Corden in a haunted escape room on 'The Late Late Show'

Barbra Streisand: I'm not afraid of losing fans with anti-Trump album

"I don't know", Streisand told The New York Times.

Turns out, while Ari was filming Carpool Karaoke, they stopped by a Haunted Escape Room, which combines the puzzle-solving of a regular escape room with the scares of being in the dark, getting attacked by demons. Fun! "I am so grateful to have music in my life as a way to express myself", she told the Times.

Asked about her mood as the November election fast approaches, Barbra Streisand said that she is having trouble sleeping at night, something that may change if the Democrats take the House. "I hope it does", she said. I hear what he said now, and I have to go eat pancakes now, and pancakes are very fattening.

The pop star and talk show host had a lot to freak out about while they encountered scary monsters, as seen in a clip of "The Late Late Show" posted on YouTube Tuesday, Oct. 30.

Before the election of 2016 singer and actress also said that is considering to emigrate - because of Donald trump. She tweeted about the upcoming segment, writing: "They say there's a first time for everything... can you believe this was my first time singing out loud in a vehicle? We make them with healthy flour, though - almond flour, coconut flour", she quipped. "I don't know where I am!"

Have a look at what made her say that below. She even fell as she ran out of the haunted house, subsequently hurting her hand in the process.

Walls is released the same day Swift brings her Reputation tour to Sydney's ANZ Stadium, with Streisand speaking exclusively to Stellar magazine in a wide-ranging interview published on Sunday.

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