Whoopi Goldberg says she needs Keke Palmer, Nicki Minaj and Lizzo in ‘Sister Act 3’

Whoopi Goldberg has revealed her dream solid for Sister Act 3, and it consists of Lizzo, Nicki Minaj and Keke Palmer.

Goldberg just lately appeared on Comedy Central’s Hell Of A Week With Charlamagne Tha God, the place she shared her checklist of splendid co-stars for the most recent instalment of the Sister Act franchise.

“I’m going to ask for Keke Palmer to return in,” she mentioned. “I need everyone to return in. I need Lizzo to return in. I need everyone. I need the woman with the chest, what’s her identify?… Nicki Minaj! I need Nicki to return. I need everyone. I need as many individuals who need to have some enjoyable, as a result of I actually, desperately must have some enjoyable.”

Throughout her chat with Charlamagne, Goldberg additionally revealed that she’d be getting the script for the third Sister Act movie by the tip of the month. “Hopefully, we’ll get it collectively and get it performed sooner somewhat than later,” she added.

It comes after Palmer retweeted a fan-made Sister Act 3 poster, which had her identify alongside Goldberg and Bette Midler’s. “God bless y’all for this manifestation over my life,” she captioned the tweet. “[Disney], that is what they requested for, I’m simply right here to relay.”

Palmer had additionally pitched herself to Goldberg throughout an interview on The View final yr. “I heard Tyler Perry is doing Sister Act 3 and I simply need you recognize I’m obtainable for the job. Any job,” she mentioned to Goldberg, who replied, “I already introduced it up.”

A 3rd Sister Act was first rumoured in 2020, with Goldberg telling James Corden that it had been postpone for therefore lengthy as a result of “they saved saying no-one needed to see it”.

“After which fairly just lately,” she mentioned, “it seems that that is probably not true. Folks may need to see it. So we’re working diligently to strive to determine learn how to get the gang collectively and are available again.”

The unique Sister Act was launched 30 years in the past in 1992, with its sequel, Sister Act 2: Again In The Behavior, arriving the next yr.