Barbra Streisand has paid tribute to Elizabeth Taylor after the legendary actress passed away this morning (23rd March 2011).Barbra Streisand, the American singer and actress, has called Elizabeth Taylor's passing "the end of an era", reports Broadway.com.Taylor died this morning age of the 79 due to heart failure. It has been reported that all four of her children were by her side when she passed. Appearing in over fifty movies, the actress received two Academy Awards and also gained critical acclaim for her performances in the likes of 'A Place in the Sun', 'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof', 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf' and 'Cleopatra'. Many of her peers have been speaking publically about her passing today, most notably Barbra Streisand, who took to her Twitter page to pay tribute to the legendary screen siren, saying, "She was funny. She was generous. She made her life count", adding, "It's the end of an era. It wasn't just her beauty or her stardom. It was her humanitarianism. She put a face on Hiv/Aids".
Barbra Streisand is currently in talks to star alongside the comedy actor Seth Rogen in the forthcoming road-trip movie 'My Mother's Curse'.