With Sister Act 3 officially in the works at Disney+, Whoopi revealed last month that she would love to have stars like Keke, Lizzo and Nicki Minaj star alongside her in the sequel film. And Keke couldn't be happier with the Oscar winner's casting wish list.
"I'm loving it," the Nope star exclusively shared on the Nov. 28 episode of E! News (airing tonight at 11:30 p.m.). "First of all, I love Lizzo, and I love Nicki. So, if me, Lizzo and Nicki are in Sister Act 3, I'm in the theaters. Okay? I'm in the theaters and I'm showing up to work on time because that sounds like a fun cast."
In 2020, Disney announced that a third installment in the musical comedy franchise was in development for the streaming service, with Whoopi set to return as Deloris Van Cartier/Sister Mary Clarence and executive produce with Tyler Perry.
While official Sister Act 3 casting announcements have yet to be made, fans can see Keke show off her comedic chops as the host of Saturday Night Live on Dec. 3. As for how the 29-year-old—who recently partnered with Doritos Dips—reacted to getting the SNL call, she said, "I was stunned."
"As I grew up and started to understand the history of SNL and how it really created a pathway for comedians to create their own I.P. and to be able to transform into these different characters—from Eddie Murphy to Adam Sandler to Jimmy Fallon," she continued, "I just kind of was always like, 'Man, I would love to be a part of that conversation.'"
Catch Keke's Saturday Night Live hosting debut this Saturday, Dec. 3 at 11:30 p.m. on NBC.
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