In her upcoming memoir, Barbra Streisand expressed reluctance to discuss her previous relationships.

The renowned singer, actress, and director claims that her editor convinced her to talk about her past relationships with Don Johnson, Ryan O’Neal, and Andre Agassi.

Barbra Streisand says she hopes that after reading her new memoir, My Name Is Barbra, people will finally “know the truth” about her.

In an interview that aired on CBS Sunday Morning, Streisand says, “Talking about the myths about me is one of the reasons I wrote the book.”

As King hinted, Streisand writes about her “past loves and regrets” in addition to reflections on her career as a singer, actress, and director.

However, Streisand, who spent 25 years as James Brolin’s wife, would have preferred that the book include less information about her previous relationships, which included ones with Don Johnson, Ryan O’Neal, Andre Agassi, and former Canadian prime minister Pierre Trudeau.

Following King’s commendation of the Way We Were actress for having a “very nice dating roster,” Streisand is asked if she had “a good time.”

“Yes, with the men in my life,” she responds.

In other parts of her interview with King, Streisand—who at one point is joined by Brolin—recalls the apparent slight that initiated their romance and talks about her early years, including how “angry” she was about her father’s death when she was only a year old and her mother’s lack of affection.

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