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“Brilliant Send-Off”

John Simm has been chatting again (the third time in a week!), this time with BBC Radio 1 Newsbeat – he’s full of praise for the upcoming Doctor Who finale that will round off the David Tennant era…

The Master actor was talking shortly before going into the studio to re-record some audio and add voiceovers to the forthcoming Christmas Day and (more than likely) New Years Day episodes.

“It’s all done,” he said. “I’ve just spoken to David (Tennant) and he hasn’t seen it either. We’re doing some dubbing and we go in and do the voice-overs.

“Hopefully we’ll see a bit of it then. I’m looking forward to seeing it. It was a great script and we had such fun doing it.

“It’ll be a brilliant send-off for Mr Tennant. Last time I did it it was such fun to do. It was wonderful to be asked back and to be in the very, very last one.”

Hold on to your horses though – these episodes are 3 months away. The Waters of Mars is yet to come…

Meanwhile, John Simm is starring in Speaking In Tongues in the West End – and following the opening night performance, David Tennant and Georgia Moffett were photographed leaving the Duke of York theatre in London.

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