Barbra Streisand will soon be making an appearance on The Tonight Show for the first time since 1963 when she was promoting her first album.

Barbra Streisand Stopping By 'Tonight Show'

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’s lone guest on Monday, Sept. 15 is going to be Streisand. It will be a “night of talk, comedy and performance,” according to NBC. The last time Streisand so much as appeared on a U.S. late night talk show was in 1993 – though it was only via a live video feed of her performance at the MGM Grand on New Year’s Eve.

Streisand, 72, is stopping by the talk show to promote her latest album, Partners. Partners, which is due out Sept. 16, is an album of duets. Among the duet partners on the album are Michael Buble, John Legend, Billy Joel, Josh Groban and Blake Shelton.

“Unlike most performers promoting their product, Barbra has done precious few interviews over the years,” her rep Ken Sunshine told the New York Daily News. “It seems like she hasn’t had a bad run. Maybe less is more?”

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