Back in February, we learned Star Wars: The Force Awakens actress Daisy Ridley was making her move to music with a "massive superstar"!
It was only a week later we found out the HUGE star was none other than Barbra Streisand! And now that we finally have their new song — it turns out it's with ANOTHER massive superstar: Anne Hathaway!
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At The Ballet from A Chorus Line is the first track off Streisand's upcoming album, ENCORE: Movie Partners Sing Broadway, that drops August 26!
Not only that, but Barbra's newest work will also feature the singing talents of Antonio Banderas, Jamie Foxx, Hugh Jackman, Melissa McCarthy, and Seth MacFarlane! Oh, and if you pre-order the album online now, you'll INSTANTLY receive At The Ballet!
Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazing new song (below) and let us know if it's as good as you hoped it would be!
This will DEFINITELY brighten your day!
As we reported this month, Barbra Streisand announced her 2016 tour where she will dazzle audiences in nine cities.
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Well on August 9 at her show in Chicago, the 74-year-old will see her biggest fan in the eighth row!
On Wednesday, Cincinnati-resident Hope Griswold posted a video on Instagram where she received Streisand concert tickets as her graduation present!
The Wright State student posted
Barbra Streisand is one of the greatest living music legends — and this summer, she's going back on the road for an Encore!
On Monday, the Hollywood icon's longtime manager Marty Erlichman announced Babs would be going on tour this year AND dropping a new album titled Encore: Movie Partners Sing Broadway!
The new album pays tribute to the EGOT winner's contributions to Broadway and Hollywood by pairing Streisand "with some of Hollywood's biggest stars to sing Broadway classics." AH-Mazing!
As for her 2016 tour, the songstress will be hitting nine cities, kicking off in Los Angeles on August 2 and wrapping in Toronto on August 23!
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Tickets for all shows go on sale on May 25, and those who purchase tickets online will also receive a copy of her 35th studio album — which will drop before the end of the year.
Though Babs' movie star duet partners have yet to be announced, we have a feeling the first might be
We are so glad this is happening!
On Monday, Barbra Streisand's long-planned musical — Gypsy — is being produced by STX Entertainment after being put into turnaround at Universal!
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In case you aren't familiar, the project is a screen adaptation of the classic 1959 musical by Jule Styne, Stephen Sondheim, and Arthur Laurents.
Gypsy — based on the 1957 memoir of stripper Gypsy Rose Lee – centers around Mama Rose — played by the legendary actress herself — and her two young daughters, Baby June and Louise, who try to become stars!
Streisand is writing the adaptation with Richard LaGravanese, and is producing with Joel Silver through his company, Silver Pictures. Barry Levinson will direct.
Get ready to be entertained!
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Wow, talk about two of the greatest.
Celine Dion has been going through bit of a nightmare over the past week as she mourns not only the loss of her longtime love René Angélil but also the death of her brother Daniel Dion.
As the My Heart Will Go On singer grieved her husband's passing in Montreal on Thursday, pal and Tell Him duet partner Barbra Streisand offered her condolences via Instagram with a touching post.
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The 73-year-old icon shared an adorable throwback of the lovely ladies (above) with the message:
"Dear @CelineDion - Every time you look at your children's faces, you will see René. With love and strength - B"
Babs is referring to the three children the Dion shared with her manager-turned-lover – René-Charles, 15, and 5-year-old twins Eddy and Nelson.
All the feels.
Our hearts go out to the Dion-Angélil family today at René's funeral in Montreal.
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No wonder she's been taking all those acting classes recently!
Sources are saying Beyoncé is all set to star in A Star Is Born, alongside Bradley Cooper — and Cooper will be making his directorial debut with the project!
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Of course, A Star Is Born was originally made in 1937 and then remade twice — in 1954 with Judy Garland, and again in 1976 with Barbra Streisand — but now Queen Bey looks to give it a go for a third remake!
While it might be an iconic dramatic role for Bey — and allow her to cross over into other serious acting roles, as well — Cooper is also looking to get something big out of the project: