Barbra Streisand will narrate the audiobook for her memoir.
The 81-year-old Hollywood star has put pen to paper to tell her own story of her mammoth career - which has seen her star in films like 'Hello Dolly!' and 'Funny Girl' - in 'My Name Is Barbra' and will now read out her own words in the "engrossing and delightful" audio version of the autobiography.
Penguin Random House Audio said in a statement: "Barbra Streisand is a living legend, a woman who in a career spanning six decades has excelled in every area of entertainment. And this engrossing and delightful audiobook will be eagerly welcomed by her millions of fans.”
The tome was first announced in 2015 but will finally be released on November 7 as the "living legend" promises to tell her story in her own words.
A press release from publisher Viking teases: "Barbra Streisand is a living legend, a woman who in a career spanning six decades has excelled in every area of entertainment, and this engrossing and delightful book will be eagerly welcomed by her millions of fans.
"Dozens of books have been written about Streisand, and now in 'My Name Is Barbra', she tells her story in her own words."
The book shares its name with the music icon's 1965 album and a TV special, and it will cover her early years in Brooklyn and New York City as well as her singing career and projects such as 'The Prince of Tides'.
The star will also address her 24-year marriage to James Brolin, friendships with the likes of Marlon Brando, and her political advocacy.
The synopsis adds: "The book is, like Barbra herself, frank, funny, opinionated, and charming."
Barbara previously revealed she started a draft of the book in 1999 but only "really started writing" nine years later, until the COVID-19 pandemic gave her more time to "finish" the project.