Published on September 11th, 2010 | by Andrew Reynolds
Gillan who’s rumoured to be involved in a major change for the new series said while signing boxes Amy action figures and posters for more than 200 fans at Hamleys toy store in Glasgow’s St Enoch Centre;
“It’s been pretty emotionally draining. Just all the stuff when she was crying and she doesn’t know why she’s crying – that was quite a challenge.”
The 22-year old alsoÂ commented thatÂ she was looking forward to changing her character for the next series of Doctor Who.
I think that she’s a completely different person at the end of the series to when we meet her, when she’s really quite odd and a bit messed up in the first episode.
I think she’s much more kind of in tune with what she understands about herself mostly and the Doctor by the end of the series. And she’s been through a lot in the series.