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Streisand Sings for Democrats

26 September 2002 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Hollywood diva Barbra Streisand is coming out of retirement to help raise money for America's Democratic Party. The The Way We Were singer, 60, who is a staunch opponent of President George W. Bush, will sing nine tunes for a Hollywood benefit gig for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. Barbra and Barry Manilow will join other stars at Sunday's bash at the Kodak Theatre in Tinseltown. In August 2000, the Hello Dolly star helped raise $5 million for the Democratic Party by singing at a star-studded gig following Al Gore's nomination for president. David Foster, producer of Sunday's event, says, "Barbra's passionate belief in the importance of the Democratic Party's regaining control of the House is so deep that she has decided to sing three times as many songs as was originally planned." David adds Barbra will be singing a "political parody that will raise a few eyebrows." »

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