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this is sports desk, brought to you by xfinity. at the age of 10, carlos ruiz promised his mom he would one day become a major league baseball player. today the 37-year-old catcher was traded from the team he's always played for, for the los chooch is the newest philly from the 2008 world series team to play for the dodgers. jimmy rollins was traded there two years ago, chase utley was dealt last season, here's ruiz on what he will remember. >> i make the big league, there
was one, because that was my goal when i was a little kid, and also, you know, back to work, you know. >> in return for ruiz and cash consideration, they received another veteran catcher, a.j. ellis, and tommy ber jans and a player to be named later. for him, leaving l.a. leaves a lot of emotion. >> this is the greatest outfit in america. and i won't be able to call it home anymore. really tough. now to football. the eagles had play their third preseason in foops. doug peterson says they'll play into the third quarter, and here's what he wants to see from
sam bradford and that top unit. >> this has been the first time we've practiced the tastarters l three days with an in-season type mentality. the guys should be ready to go. and you want to see that cohesivesness with the offensive line, sam lead the way, and then obviously score touchdowns. >> you can sigh the eee the eag colts right here on saturday at 7:00. time now to reveal the winner of the high school football game of the week. you can see it was a pretty close vote, with 49% upper darby and bonner prende pull it out. we're coming right back.
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do you guys remember those temperatures when they were 95, 100 degrees? get ready for that one more time. >> one more day where it's going to feel like 100 degrees, with the temperature up to 94. it's still going to be hot the rest of the month, the hottest august ever recorded. a lot of sunny days there in the next week or so. and tuesday, the only day with a 30% chance of getting any kind of rain. and of course, part of that will be determined by that tropical system, if it would make a right turn and bring any moisture up here. if it keeps going into the gulf and doesn't bring anything here, it's going to be fairly dry for the next week or so.
>> a lot of dry days. that's nbc 10, thank you for watching. "tonight show's" next. have a good night. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- barbra streisand, alec baldwin, musical guests barbra streisand and alec baldwin, and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 520. tucson! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: oh, my goodness!
that is a crowd. that is a crowd right there. hot crowd! fantastic new york city crowd right there tonight! thank you very much! thank you very much. and welcome to "the tonight show," everybody. thank you so much. [ cheers and applause ] you made it. this is it. you're part of the show. what a show tonight. but first, here's what people are talking about, you guys. of course, everyone is talking about the election. and get this, "politico" is now reporting that hillary clinton's campaign is using a run-out-the-clock strategy against donald trump hoping to just outlast him until november. "sounds like a good plan," said ted cruz, marco rubio, jeb bush, and john kasich. [ laughter and applause ] real good plan. i saw that hillary held a a fundraiser recently at justin timberlake and jessica biel's house -- [ light laughter ]
i know jessica biel. who's justin timberlake? [ light laughter ] jessica even posted a a photobooth series they all took together. take a look at this. isn't that cute? [ light laughter ] hillary's faces in those pictures are actually the stages to reacting to donald trump running for president. can we see that again? [ laughter and applause ] at first -- at first, it's funny and it makes you smile. then you can't believe what he's saying. then you're terrified he might win. [ light laughter ] and, finally, look at the latest polls, and you breathe a a sigh of relief. [ cheers and applause ] it's going to be okay. it's going to be all right. of course, donald trump isn't letting up. in fact, he took a few shots at hillary's campaign yesterday, specifically some of the celebrities who are supporting her. listen to this right here. >> her supports have really -- and her supporters have very little enthusiasm. the only people enthusiastic about her campaign are hollywood celebrities.
in many cases, celebrities that aren't very hot anymore. [ audience ohs ] >> jimmy: "yes, unlike the smoking hot celebrities supporting me right now, like scott baio and the one guy from 'duck dynasty,' that's it." [ laughter and applause ] hot, hot celebrities. trump will be the first president to make decisions by playing hot or not with world leaders. like, "angela merkel, not hot. vladimir putin, very hot." [ laughter and applause ] and did you see this? the "boston globe" just reported that according to his campaign staff, donald trump wouldn't take any vacations as president. i think that's because he's offended so many other countries he can't leave this one. where are you gonna go? >> steve: where you gonna go? >> jimmy: hey, i saw that the u.s. national park service
turned 100 years old today. [ cheers and applause ] wow. isn't that amazing? for 100 years, families from all over the u.s. have been traveling to the grand canyon saying, "huh, okay, well, back in the r.v. let's go. [ laughter and applause ] that's it. it's a canyon. it's a hole. let's go." well, this is pretty funny. kim kardashian recently attended a friend's birthday party in mexico and apparently brought a piñata that was modeled after her butt. [ laughter ] afterwards all the kids in the village were picking up candy and so were the kids in the next village. it was a big -- it was a great, fun party. oh, a bit of a scandal here, you guys. i read that "bachelorette" winner jordan rogers's tinder account is still active. [ audience oohs ] and that he recently matched with a girl despite being engaged in jojo. [ audience oohs ] jojo said, "i can't believe you'd cheat on me." and rogers said, "you dated
25 other guys while we were going out. [ applause ] you can't believe i did that?" i just don't know. another reality star, kim richards of "the real housewives of beverly hills" just avoided jail time for shoplifting at a target store last year. instead, she'll be moved to a a work release program for felons, "the real housewives of new jersey." [ cheers and applause ] i'll flip this table! check this out. "hollywood medium" star tyler henry says that his psychic abilities help him on dates, because he can always tell if there's gonna be a a second date or not. which, raises the question, if you are psychic, why would you even bother showing up for a a bad first date. [ applause ] "i have a feeling this is going to stink. uh, i'm sick." i thought this was pretty amazing. astronaut jeffrey williams just set the u.s. record for most days in space, reaching the
milestone of 521 days. it's less of an accomplishment after nasa admitted they sort of forgot he was up there. [ laughter and applause ] "hey, that reminds me of something jeff would say. oh, my god! where's jeff? jeff, can you hear us? i totally forgot! are you okay?" "home alone 5: in space." >> steve: no one can hear you scream! [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: and finally, here's a a nice local story. a dog here in new york city is going viral for giving strangers hugs on the street. [ audience aws ] here, take a look. [ audience aws ] the dog's owner was, like, "yeah, hugs. that's what those are, sure, little quick hugs." we have a great show. give it up for the roots, ladies and gentlemen! [ cheers and applause ]
♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's been a great week so far, there's more ahead. tomorrow night, jessica alba will be here. >> steve: oh! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: and we're going to play a fun new game called "roomba pong." it's fun. plus, jeff foxworthy and "thank you notes." it's going to be a good show tomorrow night. [ cheers and applause ] set the dvr. but first, oh, la, la, la. i mean, look at this. oh. [ audience oohs ] pink vinyl, yeah. you don't get bigger than this. one of the greatest entertainers of all time. she's the first recording artist in history to have a a number one album in six consecutive decades. [ cheers and applause ] she's the coolest. she's won multiple academy, golden globe, and emmy awards
as well as a tony. and at midnight, tonight, she drops her new album, "encore: movie partners sing broadway." the one, the only, barbra streisand on the show tonight! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ oh! it's fantastic. this record is -- she knows how to do it, man. "encore" is the name of it. but it's all these great people, anne hathaway, daisy ridley from "star wars." >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: she's fantastic. i didn't know she sang. i must have missed that scene from "star wars." >> steve: good scene. you got popcorn. >> jimmy: she's fantastic. jamie foxx. and tonight, she's doing a fun bit. well, we'll get to this. because i like to tell him that he's on the show as well. we love this man as well, he's a talented, talented actor. he's very smart, very funny. he's just got it all. and it turns out he can really sing too. our pal, alec baldwin is dropping in tonight! [ cheers and applause ]
then -- no, it gets better! >> steve: what? >> jimmy: it gets better than that! >> steve: what? we're gonna catch up with alec baldwin who is just hitting homers left and right. and then barbra and alec are going to sing a fantastic duet off her the new album. >> steve: oh! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: history -- history in the making. herstory. >> steve: herstory, please. >> jimmy: herstory in the making. barbra streisand knows how to do duets. what was that one with donna summer was my jam? ♪ enough is enough is enough ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ good bye good bye good bye ♪ ♪ enough is enough is enough ♪ >> jimmy: oh, the best. that's my jam. that's my workout song. >> steve: that is everyday. you have it on constant loop. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. on a constant loop and i run for three or four hours a day.
guys, it is time for "tonight show hashtags." here we go. ♪ hashtags hashtags ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ no sunshine >> jimmy: ah, forget it. this is the best. what's the other one? ♪ no sunshine ♪ ♪ we don't stand a chance enough is enough is enough ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: i don't know. i don't even remember it. reminds me of working out. reminds me of working out. >> steve: yeah, 'cause when you working out, you're in your own state of mind. flash dance. >> jimmy: she knows how to do it. >> steve: you wear your -- >> jimmy: this is it.
i wear my -- yeah, i workout. what was the -- neil diamond. was that the other big duet she did? ♪ you don't bring me flowers ♪ >> steve: oh, what a burn. ♪ you don't sing the song you hardly talk to me anymore when i come to the door at the end of the day ♪ ♪ baby i remember all the things you taught me ♪ >> steve: neil's a tough guy. neil diamond's a tough guy. not even a chance! >> jimmy: i toured with them for years. >> steve: yeah, for years. you opened and closed for them. >> jimmy: that is correct. guys, if you watch our show, and you want to play along, we do this thing every wednesday where i send out a hashtag and we ask you guys to tweet out things based on that topic. so since ryan lochte has gotten in some trouble. >> steve: a little hot water. >> jimmy: for lying about what happened to him in rio.
i went on twitter and sent out a hashtag called "my dumb lie." [ light laughter ] and i asked you guys to tweet out a funny, weird, or embarrassing lie that you've told. we got thousands of tweets. and within 30 minutes, it was a a trending topic in the u.s. [ cheers and applause ] so thank you for those tweets. now, i thought i'd share some of my favorite "my dumb lie" tweets from you guys. here we go. this first is from adi hemrijani. he says, "told my son that his belly button was a reset button, and that if he behaved rudely, i'd push it and he'd have to start as a baby again." [ cheers and applause ] that's frightening. >> steve: that's not good. he's still paying for that one. >> jimmy: oh, i like this one. this is one is from @dinoface1. dino face? she says, "sometimes when i order chinese, i'll muffle the phone and say, 'one second, what do you want?' and then order myself a second entree and some crab rangoon." >> steve: that's not dumb. [ talking over each other ] two small drinks. six egg rolls.
>> jimmy: i'm having a party tonight, so sorry. hold on. >> steve: hey, man how many forks you need. just one. i mean five. >> jimmy: just one. i mean, we'll all share the same fork. >> steve: that's a genius lie. >> jimmy: this one's from @frecklednomad. >> steve: i love him, or her. >> jimmy: she says, "got embarrassed that i used the elevator to go down one level and so i limped out to not look lazy." [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: again, that's not dumb at all. that's using your noggin. >> jimmy: that little time to think of it. why do i got to do that i could've have taken the stairs. this is from @edfabry. he said, "while working in spain, i told my spanish roommate that the proper english response to someone sneezing is 'up yours.'" [ laughter and applause ] why? why would you do that? >> steve: that's just rude. that's not good at all. >> jimmy: yeah, i know. this one is from @murph911. she says, "my uncle wore a a garage door opener on his belt to bars and told his girls he was a doctor and could paged at any moment."
why does your pager say "sears" on it? oh, i don't know. this is from @flabbergated. he says, "i told people i tore my rotator cuff rock climbing, but i really tore it scooping ice cream that was too hard." [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: no one will ever know! it will go with me to my grave! >> jimmy: this last one is from @crystaljtf. she says, "told my mom i was having dinner with friends. but i was actually going to see 'fifty shades of grey'. she was in the same theater!" [ laughter ] >> steve: oh! >> jimmy: there you have it! those are our "tonight show hashtags." to check out more of our favorites, go to tonightshow.com/hashtags. stick around. we'll be right back with more of "the tonight show." alec baldwin and barbra streisand! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ (baby laughs)
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gentlemen, here to perform a a special duet, please welcome barbra streisand and donald trump. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you! thank you. it's great to see me. ♪ >> it's sort of nice to see you in person. >> jimmy: it's great to see me too. thank you. listen up, babs, we're going to sing this song -- >> really? >> jimmy: and it's going to be a fantastic song. we're going to sing a fantastic song, and, together, we're going to make duets great again! [ cheers and applause ] >> that's if you can sing. can you? >> jimmy: look, you're a really great singer, but i'm really fantastic. i sing all the best words. when you hear me sing, you're going to be blown away. >> oh, you mean like your hair in a wind storm. >> jimmy: toupee. i mean, touche. >> you ready? ♪ ♪ anything you can do i can do better i can do anything better than you ♪ ♪ no you can't yes i can no you can't yes i can ♪
♪ no you can't ♪ yes i can yes i can yes i can ♪ ♪ any wall you can build i can build taller ♪ ♪ i'm not building a wall i can build any wall taller than you ♪ ♪ no you can't yes i can no you can't yeah-huh ♪ ♪ no you can't yes i can and i'm gonna get mexico to pay for it ♪ [ laughter and applause ] ♪ don't count on it okay i can go to d flat and i'll never be flat ♪ ♪ i can build casinos and deport latinos ♪ ♪ i can vote for hillary she's going to lose ♪ ♪ no she's going to win and she's going to win huge hey you stole my line that is really, really low ♪ ♪ are you talking about me or your latest poll numbers? anything you can say i can say softer ♪ ♪ no i can say anything softer than you ♪ ♪ no you can't yes i can no you can't yes i can ♪ ♪ no you can't yes i can no you can't ♪
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if donald trump cannot respect a gold star family, then why would anyone in america think he would respect them. votevets is responsible for the content of this advertising. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we are joined right now by an academy award-nominated actor, oh he's fantastic. a two-time emmy award winner,
and three-time golden globe winner, and one of the most all-around entertaining men we know. now he shows us that he can sing as well, he sings a duet with barbara streisand on her new album "encore: movie partner sing broadway," which is available tonight at midnight or friday, august 26th. please welcome a very talented man, our good friend, alec baldwin, ladies and gentlemen! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ oh! oh! they love you. oh! standing ovation. ♪ they love you. they love you. >> wow. >> jimmy: i mean, you can't beat it. >> wow. >> jimmy: come on. standing ovation. they love you. we love you. >> amazing. >> jimmy: that's what i'm
talking about. >> thank you. >> jimmy: local boy. come on, buddy. >> thank you so much for having me. >> jimmy: you're a stud, please, buddy. >> you sound great. >> jimmy: please, buddy. how you doing? you look sharp. you look great. how's the family, everybody good? the baby? >> did you just say i'm a stud? did you say you're a stud? >> jimmy: yeah. [ cheers and applause ] you are a stud. look how good -- >> i got two kids and a third one coming, my wife's going to have a baby any day now. >> jimmy: i know, congratulations. [ cheers and applause ] >> so, two -- my daughter -- our daughter, carmen is three, our son rafael, who just turned one, and we're having another baby like any day now. any day. >> jimmy: are you just packed with like baby stuff all over the house? >> yeah, it's like you go -- you know, i always joke and say to my wife, when i come home to my apartment in new york, there will be like a pile of stuff that's just the mail that belongs to all the rest of the people in the building, but there's a pile like this just for our house of, like, diapers and butt cream -- >> jimmy: butt cream. >> butt paste. >> jimmy: butt paste as well. >> the bottle says "butt paste" on it. >> jimmy: i know, i know. i'm an investor, yeah. of course. >> you own butt paste. >> jimmy: i own butt paste, absolutely. [ light laughter ] i'm the face of butt paste. [ laughter ] for many years.
>> you're the man behind butt paste. but my wife she buys, like, literally she buys stuff for the kids by the container load. like when you see ships at a a port that's just diapers and butt paste. [ laughter ] for my house. >> jimmy: for your house. we too have it too all over our place too. and how's the little one-year-old? i know carmen the 3-year-old. >> our son, rafael is -- he makes -- he's the sweetest kid in the world, but when the nanny comes towards him, he has uncanny sense of the time of day when it's nap time. so when she comes towards him, he literally makes that sound like frankenstein makes. like argh. [ laughter ] fire no, fire bad. nap bad! >> jimmy: he doesn't want to nap? >> yeah. snacks good. but he literally goes like an "argh" to her. he makes the sound, she comes to him and is like okay, come to me. argh. >> jimmy: yeah. but he's so cute, though, come on. >> he's adorable, he's very sweet. argh. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i saw a picture of you somewhere just like snuggling, holding him in new york city somewhere. >> the thing i do now, i told somebody is, you know what
huffing is, right? it's not a pleasant thing. people who huff chemicals. >> jimmy: oh, like huffing paint? >> they huff like huff, there you go. you knew that very quickly. [ laughter ] but that's your choice. oh, like huffing paint. >> jimmy: i don't know. it was, like -- >> yeah, huffing paint. that's what i was talking about. >> jimmy: i don't know. >> anyway, now i huff my son. i huff my kid. my son, rafael, i take him and i go, i take his body, and i go -- [ laughter ] and i sniff him. and sniff his body, and i smell him. >> jimmy: oh, he's so cute. >> i huff my son. >> jimmy: no you have to. babies, especially around the head, baby head, baby smells are just so cute. >> i huff my son and the bad part is, like when you huff chemicals, then i black out on the sidewalk. [ laughter ] oh. >> jimmy: oh, man. >> man. >> jimmy: you have a million things going on. i want to talk about as many as i can get a hold of here. the podcast "here's the thing" is what it's called. >> right, i have a podcast. >> jimmy: it is fantastic. i listened to it. i have an app called overcast, and that's where i have my list
of podcasts. >> you did my podcast. >> jimmy: i had the best time ever. but i love it. everybody. i listened to your interview with paul simon and billy joel. >> my podcast is on wnyc. go to the wnyc, which is new york public radio website. and my podcast "here's the thing." i have a -- i do it every other week. we do 26 shows a year, and i get people in a booth for like an hour, and the whole idea is when you get 'em to, like, not be doing shorter segments, they do longer segments, they have a a lot to say. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and we get them in there and it's been a lot of fun. >> jimmy: is there anyone that you're trying to get that you haven't been able to -- >> well, my one goal would be obama. i want to get obama. >> jimmy: president obama would be big. >> have you had him on this show? >> jimmy: what's that? >> have you had him on this show? >> jimmy: of course. yeah, of course. he's been on the show numerous times. [ laughter ] >> you had obama on the show already? >> jimmy: barry? >> he's been on? >> jimmy: barry, yeah, he's been on. [ laughter ] >> he'll do my podcast. i'll try. >> jimmy: what would you ask him? what would you ask him? what questions are you dying to ask him?
>> how would -- the program is really about how people feel about what they do. so what does it feel like for you to be the president? what was like on an emotional level? was it a tough thing? i'm sure when you're the president, it's a tremendous drain on your time, if you will, you know, did he miss seeing kids and things like that. it's a sacrifice. it's service to your country. >> jimmy: yeah. >> democrat or republican. they're people are doing service. >> jimmy: i was asking -- >> but apparently he has a lot of time on his hands if he's doing your show more than once. [ audience ohs ] >> jimmy: well, we're out of time, alec. we had a great -- [ laughter ] ♪ [ applause ] >> "match game," everybody! >> jimmy: "match game." but between doing, you got like, i don't know how many movies you've already got in the can, three or something. we were talking and you just came from a movie set. between doing movies, you did "the match game," which -- how did that come about? hosting "the match game." >> you know honestly, i have no idea. [ light laughter ] i have no idea. it's exactly like the album i did with you're superstar guest today. somebody called me up, and they
go, marty erlichman, from barbara's office called, and said, barbara streisand wants you to sing on her album. and i was, like, you ass. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: get a life, man. i have two kids man, one on the way. >> oh, please oh, please. click. and i hung up. and the same was with "the match game," they were like, they want you to host "the match game" for abc. they want you to be part of a a sunday night block of game shows. and i decided to do it because it was a good source of income for my foundation. my wife and i have an arts related charitable foundation, so we gave a lot of money from "the match game," to charity, but with the same thing, like -- [ applause ] no, no, thank you. and it was a great opportunity for that, and, ps, beyond the charitable components, i love doing it. the people are fun. you know, they get the celebrity guest stars -- >> jimmy: you're getting great reviews. it's so much fun to watch. >> the celebrities come in, and they roll them in like at, 10:00 o'clock, and they get their wardrobe on, but like 2:00 o'clock they're smashed. they're bombed. they are. they are completely wasted.
>> jimmy: i know that i've seen you sing tony bennett, and you are fantastic, you do almost a a better tony bennett than tony bennett does. i've seen you on "saturday night live," and it's the greatest. but i didn't know that you could actually sing things. [ light laughter ] no, no, in a good way. in a good way. >> let's see how this goes. >> jimmy: no -- what do you mean? >> no. i'm not a singer. it's not what i do. when you get invited to sing with somebody, who is the greatest female vocalist of all time -- of all time -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you say yes. >> there's a lot of people who can sing, and they can sing great, and there's a lot of women out there who are, you know, close second, but for me, this is it. so, when she called me and asked me to sing, i thought -- i literally thought we were going to do a song and she was going to sing, and i was literally going to come in and go -- ♪ baby that's it. >> jimmy: and leave. >> i'm like well i'm done. >> jimmy: yeah. >> so i pop in a couple minutes -- you know -- ♪ love you cut. and i'm out. but they really had me get up
there and sing. >> jimmy: i mean, we keep talking about barbara, why don't we talk with barbara? i mean, she's here. [ cheers and applause ] we are joined right now by one of the greatest entertainers in the history of show business. she has 31 platinum albums, she has an emmy, a grammy, an oscar, and a tony, ladies and gentlemen, say hello to barbara streisand! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
>> jimmy: respect, respect, respect. yeah. welcome, and thank you, thank you, thank you. >> thank you. >> jimmy: thank you for doing that sketch with me earlier. i appreciate it. >> you were hysterical. >> jimmy: you were hysterical. you're the most fun to play with. [ applause ] how did you -- how did you get hooked up with alec and singing with alec and all these people? >> well i just -- >> jimmy: do you know each other? >> yes, yes. >> we met many times. go ahead, tell him. 10 other guys had to die before you called. [ laughter ] >> no, no, no, no. i, you know, i wanted you as my leading man in "gypsy." [ applause ] so, i just said, you know, who would i love to -- what movie actors and actresses would i love to work with? and so i asked them if they would like to do duets with me, and they said yes. >> jimmy: and how was he? was he difficult? to work with? [ laughter ] >> oh, he's so difficult. so difficult. no, a joy. >> jimmy: yeah. >> easy, easy, easy. >> jimmy: and did you get it first take and everything? >> she records. >> jimmy: yeah.
>> first, and then they bring -- i'm in new york, and then i record. and then we did the video. >> everyone was different, you know what i mean? like, in other words, when i sang with melissa mccarthy, she's right there with me. >> jimmy: oh yeah, she's in the room with you? >> oh, you did it with her? >> oh, yeah. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: no, no, no, no, no. not really. she was not really. she wasn't really there. she was there in spirit. >> i had so much faith in her -- >> talk amongst yourselves. [ laughter ] >> that i could just, you know, like, hugh jackman, i directed by phone. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i mean and giving directions on, you know, bradley cooper played a little part with -- in "at the ballet." >> jimmy: yeah, that's right. >> when you come in somebody tells you what to do. it's not like you walk in and go, barbara, maybe you can back off on this little bar here. i'll take it. [ laughter ] someone's there telling you, this is what you do, and this
is what she does. >> well, melissa was very funny because she says -- when i asked her if she would sing with me, she said, i can't sing. that's what she said, so i said, you don't have to sing that much. you're so funny, you're such a a personality that -- so, but it was funny going, you know, trying to get her to sing a a phrase that is all one note. ♪ da da da she went ♪ da da da right? i go, no, no. ♪ da da da ♪ da da da and it just -- but then, all of a sudden, she'd come out with a a great note, you know, we'd go, oh, my god, great, melissa, fantastic! she is so funny. >> jimmy: no, the funny part is on that track, she actually calls you barbara streisand, and you go, oh, thank you so much, but it's barbara streisand. >> that's right. [ applause ] with a soft s. >> jimmy: duh, melissa. i mean god. >> no, no. i just got off from a little tour, right? everybody calls me
barbara streisand, so i said, you know, i got to do something about this. i mean, 50 years already, don't you know how to say my name right? [ cheers and applause ] so you know what i did? >> jimmy: no. >> i went to the top of the heap. >> jimmy: oh, i heard about this. >> i called the head of apple, tim cook. >> jimmy: you hear this? this is real. >> no you're kidding. and i said, why not ask him? because what did i do? i tried siri. how would siri pronounce my name. [ cheers ] and you ask siri, you know, how to pronounce barbara streisand, and she says, you pronounce barbara streisand barbara -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> you know, so i called tim -- >> jimmy: you called tim cook, the head of apple. >> the head of apple. well, i called steve jobs before when he was alive. >> jimmy: okay. what's the point now, yeah. [ laughter ] >> but that was about something else. >> jimmy: he didn't pick up. >> but if you don't ask, you can't get, right?
>> maybe we'll kill him afterwards. >> no, he was very sweet. but, they're actually updating siri september 30th, so -- >> jimmy: really? let me try it here. how do you pronounce barbara streisand? >> hmm, let me think. here's what i found on the web for how do you pronounce barbara streisand -- >> jimmy: no, siri, you're wrong! >> and i had an argument with her. >> jimmy: siri, you are wrong! i'm sitting next to her right now. >> steve: stupid siri. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: more with barbara streisand and alec baldwin when we come back, everybody! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] is designed to respond towith revolyour body temperatureology to help keep you cool. let's put it to the test.
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movie partners sing broadway," is available right now friday, august 26th. last time you were hear, you had your record partners and that went straight to number one, it's your tenth number one album, congratulations on that. [ cheers and applause ] >> that was the tenth? >> jimmy: that was your tenth. >> oh, that was the tenth. >> jimmy: that was the tenth. you just, i just saw you were in brooklyn last week. yeah, doing your concert. congratulations. best reviews of, like, any concert i've ever read. ever. i think "new york times" said barbara streisand sounded like diamonds. >> oh, nice. >> jimmy: the finale "don't rain on my parade." sounded like a space shuttle leaving earth. it's like, okay. that's a pretty decent review right there. >> that's nice. >> jimmy: not bad yeah. that's fantastic. well, you know how to do it. >> they were nice. yeah, well that's great. >> short and sweet, you know what i mean? >> jimmy: that's it. that's what you're like. >> now i go out to long island. [ cheers and applause ] eat lobster, corn on the cob, watermelon. >> jimmy: yeah.
do you have many special guests at the show or is it just you? would you do a duet? >> i just had a, oh actually, jamie foxx came and sang with me one night. >> jimmy: he's unbelievable talented. i love that guy. >> fabulous, fabulous. >> jimmy: he can play piano, he can sing, he can do everything. >> oh, yeah, unbelievable. and babyface came and sang one night. >> jimmy: oh, kenny babyface? [ applause ] >> and patrick wilson. >> jimmy: patrick wilson, oh, that's great from "loving you." who was your fav -- out of all your duets, is there -- >> are you asking me, really? >> jimmy: no, not who your favorite is. [ laughter ] >> oh, okay. >> jimmy: but maybe like your top five favorites. >> top five favorites? >> jimmy: well, you got neil. you got barry gibb. donna summer. >> but they were all so delicious, all so good, all so different. you know, i can't -- >> jimmy: but wouldn't you love to do it with a talk show host? >> that's like picking which child you love the best. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wouldn't you like to do a duet with, like, a talk show host or something? [ cheers and applause ] >> oh. >> jimmy: like, the host of the "tonight show," i mean, wow, wow, wow. that is, like, quite a show. quite a show.
>> that was kind of messed up. >> jimmy: the number one -- >> but then i might have to do a lot of talk show hosts. you'd have to be -- >> you could do a talk show host album. >> yeah, right. >> jimmy: it's me and dr. phil for the whole album. let's just do it. it'll be fantastic. >> oprah. >> jimmy: it's so fun to just listen, oh oprah would do it to, yeah. but you have, melissa mccarthy, hugh jackman. that guy's a talented guy. >> jimmy: but when you listen to it, he just, i don't know, he just so, it's quality stuff. >> its interesting, isn't it? >> jimmy: i love it. >> it's like a play. >> jimmy: yeah. >> like dialogue. >> but do you want to sing and do like a broadway show? >> jimmy: me? >> yeah, you can sing. >> jimmy: no, i would never do that. >> you would never do that. >> you have a very good voice. >> you do. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: did we get that on tape? we got that on tape? good. this is going in the highlight reel. no i could not do it. i can't sing. >> no. >> jimmy: i have nothing but respect for you guys, you people that do broadway. >> you guys. you're lumping me in with her. you guys.
[ laughter ] you know jimmy. [ light laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: no, i gotta say, last time you came on the show, you came out and you sang, it was beautiful, you came out, and you didn't even need a a microphone. you just rocked this place. it was just so fascinating. >> i needed a microphone. >> jimmy: you did not. you were so amazing. i go, that's how you do it. it's just -- >> but the funny thing for me, is you're singing this with her, we're rehearsing, and when i look out at the camera, and i'm singing, and i'm singing the notes, blah, blah, blah, and then i turn, and it's her next to me, and i'm like, you know, ah! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what am i doing it's a dream come true. >> what am i doing? >> jimmy: i'm living in a a dream. >> no, no really. i like to be in the studio with headphones and just -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> it's very hard to sing live, i think. >> jimmy: yeah, but not with this crowd. they love you! they're going to go nuts! [ cheers and applause ] you guys, barbra and alec are going to perform together to close the show tonight. they're doing a duet off her new album, "encore: movie partners singing broadway," after the break. stick around, everybody! ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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