Jennifer Aniston holds back nerves ahead of presenting SAG to Barbra Streisand

The 30th ceremony comes on the heels of the longest strike in Sag-Aftra history and will honour Streisand – one of a handful of performers

to have achieved EGOT status (winning an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony award).

Aniston told People magazine on the grey carpet: “I’m excited, I’m nervous. Always nervous, but in fun, butterfly ways, to see all my friends and peers and some I don’t know and I just get to fan girl.”

After realising she was allowed to talk about presenting the award to Streisand, she said: “I didn’t know if that was a secret. That’s what is making me want to vomit. I don’t know how I’m going to get through.

“I wanted to have that voice, she was in my house since I can remember, I just heard that voice. There is nothing like her, there is no one who compares to her.