Barbra Streisand turns 70 today!
In 2011 the celebrated singer released "What Matters Most", an album in which she sings the lyrics of Alan and Marilyn Bergman. In her latest film role, Streisand takes a road trip as the mother of Seth Rogen in the comedy "The Guilt Trip."
Streisand offered her thoughts on aging to Parade in 2009 saying:
"You get older, and it's a bit of a shock. I still feel so young inside. And that's me in the mirror? It must be harder to age if you were known as a beauty queen. So I'm kind of fortunate. But, in truth, I'm happier than I ever was in my life. I have a husband who loves me, and I have this beautiful piece of the Earth."
Happy 70th birthday, Barbra! Check out our slideshow below for some classic Streisand performances.
Streisand with husband, actor <a href="http://www.people.com/people/archive/article/0,,20125806,00.html" target="_hplink">James Brolin</a> in 2012. The two married in 1998.
Barbra Streisand performs onstage during The 53rd Annual GRAMMY Awards in 2011.
Streisand recording with singers Celine Dion, Justin Bieber, Usher, Katharine McPhee, Toni Braxton, LL Cool J, Harry Connick Jr., Wyclef Jean, Vince Vaughn, Jeff Bridges, Natalie Cole and others in 2010.
Streisand performs at The 02 Arena in 2007 in London, England.
Barbra Streisand performs live at the 53rd Annual Prime-Time Emmy Awards in 2001.
Streisand performing the title song from the 1973 film "<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0070903/" target="_hplink">The Way We Were</a>."
Barbra Streisand made an appearance on Saturday Night Live in 1992 during the skit "Coffee Talk."
Barbra Streisand on "<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0560542/" target="_hplink">The Dinah Shore Chevy Show</a>" in May 1963 performing "Cry Me A River" from "<a href="http://www.barbrastreisand.com/us/music/barbra-streisand-album" target="_hplink">The Barbra Streisand Album</a>" released in 1963.
Barbra Streisand starred in the 1969 film "<a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0064418/" target="_hplink">Hello, Dolly!</a>" alongside actor Walter Matthau.
Streisand recording "Wild Is The Wind" from 2003's "<a href="http://www.barbrastreisand.com/us/music/movie-album" target="_hplink">The Movie Album</a>."