Date: 2nd November 2000
Syndicated columnist Liz Smith observes that Barbara Walters' sixth interview with Barbra Streisand, set to air Friday night, manifested a change in the singer's usual modus operandi. Smith says that just before the interview began, Walters observed: ""We sit down here, you don't check the lighting ... You're not moving every piece of furniture ... You're not worried about the kinds of things you used to worry about?" Streisand replied that her marriage had made a difference. "You accept yourself for who you are and your flaws and your attributes," she said.
Source: Studio Briefing