Streisand: Star Is Born–Barbra Reunites with Co-star Kristofferson for

On Sunday night at London’s Hyde Park, Barbra Streisand delivered!

The presence of Kris Kristofferson as an opening act on the bill assured a tribute to Star is Born, as the duo revived “Lost Inside of You,” a song from the 1976 movie.

After the rendition of “Evergreen,” the other song she co-wrote for the movie, Streisand brought to the stage “one of my favorite leading men… Here’s a song that we sang together in the movie, right? I love this song,” she declared.

There was an added bittersweet tone as it began with the line, “Time has come again…” Streisand’s co-writer on the tune, Leon Russell, is no longer around.

Kristofferson, Streisand’s duet partner looked pleased to be reigniting the chemistry that captivated moviegoers 43 years ago.

Streisand performed in front of a sellout crowd of 65,000 at Hyde Park, the biggest audience she’s performed for since a Central Park show for 150,000 in 1968. Kristofferson was actually third down on the all-day bill, separated from the headliner by a set from Bryan Ferry.

Lionel Richie took the stage with Streisand later in the show for “The Way We Were,” which they sang as a duet on her 2014 album “Partners.”

Songs new to or restored to this show included the opening “As If We Never Said Goodbye,” a version of “Any Place I Hang My Hat is Home” that included a monologue about London, “Alfie,” “Second Hand Rose,” a “Silent Night” that included a message about climate change, “What the World Needs Now” and a closing encore of “The Man That Got Away.”