Doctor Who's upcoming 50th-anniversary bash is so shrouded in mystery that everyone's afraid to say a darn thing about it. Including former 10th Doctor himself David Tennant, who says that the BBC is "terrified" he'll reveal Who 50th spoilers.
Tennant was a guest on The Jonathan Ross Show two nights ago, and the 41-year-old actor was bombarded with questions regarding Doctor Who's 50th-anniversary celebrations, coming up later in the year.
However, despite Ross' valiant persistence to get him to talk about the Big 5.0 Bash, Tennant insisted that he knows nothing, saying:
"I'll tell you how terrified they are. In make-up, this lovely lady from the BBC came in and she said 'I've been sent to say that anything about the Doctor Who 50th anniversary must not be mentioned on television.' That's how scared they are! I don't know anything and they're sending out spies to shut me up from telling you things I don't know!"
Hmm. See for yourself in the video below:
We all know that Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat hates spoilers, but this is really taking secrecy to a whole new level—Star Trek Into Darkness-style.
Just last week, Billie Piper, who played Who companion Rose Tyler, said she'd not been asked to participate in Doctor Who's 50th anniversary either.
I don't care what you say. I hate Rose so much! I was so happy when she was gone. The ONLY good way this entire 50th could end for me is if 11 regenerates and turns back into Tennant and he says, "Now that's how it should be." I'm so over Matt Smith...OVER!