Whoopi Goldberg talks possible 'Sister Act' sequel, reminisces about film 25 years later

"Sister Act" turned 25 years old this year.

Goldberg placed a long black robe atop of her clothes, but it wasn't long enough to hide the bright blue cartoon socks she's known for wearing with TV's most quirky shoes. The transformation was made complete with a curly black wig.

"I heard a gasp when I came out," Goldberg continued, "and I thought, 'Oh got ya!' It was wonderful."

The reunion and performance were in honor of the 1992 film that stars Goldberg as Sister Mary Clarence, who was placed in protective custody inside a rundown San Francisco convent to avoid her gangster boyfriend's goons after she witnessed a killing. There, she became the director of the church's choir, taking the nuns from meek singers to a chorus so beautiful they sang for the Pope.

The song is actually a remake of Peggy March's 1963 hit "I Will Follow Him," but composer Marc Shaiman, who also appeared on "The View" Thursday, turned it into a song suitable for the Holy Father.

Shaiman, 57, told ABC News that the magic of taking 1960s hits and putting religious effects on them started happening after he was given a hymnal early in the production.

"People use it now," Goldberg said, referring to the remix, "in churches around the world."

Fans want even more. So would Goldberg be on board for a "Sister Act 3?"

"Well yeah, I would," she replied. "It would take a script and Marc Shaiman."

Shaiman added, "I'd do it in a New York minute."