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Keke Palmer To Feature In Whoopi Goldberg’s Sister Act 3 Dream Cast

By Chinelo Eze
29 November 2022   |   12:28 pm
Whoopi Goldberg is prepared to grace the screen with Keke Palmer with the new film 'Siter Act 3'. Whoopi said last month that she would love to have talents like Keke Palmer, Lizzo, and Nicki Minaj co-star in Sister Act 3, which is currently in production at Disney+. And Keke is overjoyed with the Oscar…

Whoopi Goldberg is prepared to grace the screen with Keke Palmer with the new film ‘Siter Act 3’.

Whoopi said last month that she would love to have talents like Keke Palmer, Lizzo, and Nicki Minaj co-star in Sister Act 3, which is currently in production at Disney+. And Keke is overjoyed with the Oscar winner’s casting preferences.

The Nope star admitted in an exclusive interview saying,”I’m loving it. 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.”

Disney said in 2020 that a third instalment of the musical comedy series was being worked on for the streaming platform, with Whoopi returning as Deloris Van Cartier/Sister Mary Clarence and Tyler Perry serving as executive producer.

Although the Sister Act 3 cast has not yet been officially revealed, on December 3, viewers may watch Keke demonstrate her comedic skills as the presenter of Saturday Night Live. The 29-year-old, who just joined forces with Doritos Dips, described her response to receiving the SNL call as “stunned.”

The actress had always wanted to host a late-night comedy show, especially after watching fellow Nickelodeon alum Kenan Thompson do it.

“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.'”

Watch Keke hosting Saturday Night Live for the first time on Dec. 3 at 11:30 p.m. on NBC.