Tennant on 50th Anniversary, Olympics

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David Tennant has once again been speaking about the possibility of a return in Doctor Who’s 50th anniversary.

In a video interview with G4, Tennant said: “I cannot be drawn on anything. Who knows what will happen next year? I’m sure there are lots of plans being discussed in quiet rooms by men with long beards and great power.”

He added: “I am not confirming or denying anything!”

However, Tennant did say his costume is on standby: “I have it in a very secure location… I have one of everything that I wore. I hope moths haven’t got it!”

Tennant also spoke about his no-show at the Olympic opening ceremony. Tennant jested: “What happened? What went wrong? I was waiting for the phone call. There was an online petition apparently, which the London Organising Committee chose to ignore.

“Worse than that, in the opening ceremony there was this Doctor Who sequence that got cleared. We all had to sign off on it and they cut it!”