Billie Piper and David Tennant have finally reunited 15 years after Doctor Who – and it’s exactly what we have been waiting for.
David first appeared as the Time Lord in 2005 where he was joined by Billie who played his companion, Rose Tyler.
The duo made a lasting impression on fans, bringing them to tears when David left the series in 2010 as he was replaced by Matt Smith.
However, now the actor has confirmed that the duo are reuniting for his latest podcast David Tennant Does A Podcast With…
David has interviewed a host of famous faces for his podcast including the likes of Dame Judi Dench, James Corden and even The Big Bang Theory’s Jim Parsons.
In a video shared to a David Tennant fan page on Twitter, the star can be seen talking about Billie and he even shared a throwback snap of the pair during their Doctor Who days.
’15 years ago I met this person for the very first time and we went on a jaunt through time and space together for a couple of years,’ he began.
’15 years later, a lot has happened for both of us but she is still one of my favourite people.’
‘I’m very delighted that David Tennant Does A Podcast With…Billie Piper this week,’ he added.
And it seems fans will be able to get another instalment of David as the Doctor, as he will be back fighting the Daleks again in a new audio series, titled Dalek Universe.
Talking about the new project, the 49-year-old said: ‘It’s a big old epic sweep. It reminds me a little bit of those Flash Gordon serials that used to be on the TV during the school holidays when I was a kid.
‘Each story has its own self-contained world, but the whole thing has an over-arching momentum. I’ve really enjoyed how varied it is, all within this one story, and the variety of worlds that we go to and environments that we’re in.
‘And, as we go through this space opera, to have all these characters brought so clearly to life by a whole range of wonderful actors, it’s been a treat.’
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