Barbra Streisand

The Devil Wears Prada star wasn't the only one who had a big reaction when the screen legend walked onstage at the SAG Awards.
The entertainment icon said the former president's attack on Swift "is what a dictator is like", adding that Trump has "really flipped his lid now".
"I felt terrible but I said it was for my mother, I told him, but it was really for me," the legendary singer told Stephen Colbert.
The iconic singer and actor is no stranger to shredding the former president.
It all started with a little bit of pillow talk — and an interview with Barbara Walters.
The singer was only 20 years old when she was invited to sing at the 1963 White House Correspondents' Dinner.
The music legend, who starred in the '70s remake of the film, said she thought the latest version was the "wrong idea."
Trump's presidency was a "disaster" and "four years in a black hole," said the music icon.
"I am now a Disney Stockholder thanks to you," the six-year-old wrote in an Instagram note to the entertainment legend.
It's become a tidy way of legitimising the exclusion of women from certain career-enhancing opportunities, journalist Josie Cox writes.