Barbara Streisand formally divorced her husband James Brolin after 26 years of marriage. Reasons Revealed… 👇👇

Barbra Streisand and James Brolin were matched up on a blind date in 1996 and married two years later.

After 25 years of marriage, Barbra Streisand and James Brolin’s bond is stronger than ever.

The legendary singer, actress, and filmmaker first met at a blind date dinner party in 1996, when Streisand was 54 and Brolin was 56. The couple, who each have children from previous marriages, married two years later in a much-anticipated garden ceremony at Streisand’s Malibu home. “I can’t tell you how lucky I am that this would happen to me so late in life,” Brolin stated in his wedding address. “Each night presents a different adventure. Sleep is a waste of time. I can’t wait to see her again in the morning.

Streisand and Brolin have supported one other at several awards presentations and movie premieres throughout the years, always putting their relationship and their growing family first. “By the way, 20 years in Hollywood is like, 50 years in Chicago, I always say,” Streisand said on her marriage in a 2016 interview with Mario Lopez of Extra TV. From attending State Dinners to adoring their grandchildren, here’s all you need to know about Barbra Streisand and James Brolin’s relationship. July 1, 1996: Barbra Streisand and James Brolin are set up on a blind date.

Streisand and Brolin initially met at a dinner party for mutual acquaintances, which included Streisand’s ex-boyfriend Jon Peters. “We were set up as a blind date, and I was so shy that I came into the house and went downstairs to be with the children and play with them until I had to sit down at the table,” Streisand recounted in a 2021 episode of The Tonight Show.

She also admitted that she made fun of Brolin’s hairdo later that night. “I expected a guy with a brown beard and brown, wavy hair, like a mountain man,” she laughed. “And I saw a guy with all his hair chopped off and no beard. And I walked past him. “I ran my hand through his hair and asked, ‘Who f—ed up your hair?'”

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