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 matt and karen
matt and karen
the giggling never stops, and there are so many in-jokes flying around at the Buzz cover shoot that we're starting to feel like we're playing gooseberry. We've joined the Doctor and Amy just after they've finished filming the Doctor Who krisimasi special.
Matt and Karen only met last mwaka when they became the youngest ever duo to play the iconic roles of the time lord and his assistant Amy Pond. But it won't be long before they secure their place as one of our classiest and yes, sexiest on-screen double acts. It's no surprise they've become so close so quickly, giving...
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Hello everyone!

On the 23rd of November I am meeting Matt Smith (the 11th Doctor) for a picha shoot, and a signing! I am very lucky, I know.

I know how much wewe all want to say something to Matt Smith, so I want wewe to give me messages wewe want to say to him, for me to put in a massive card I am going to get him.

This is the perfect opportunity for wewe all to thank Matt, au just let him know of your existence!

wewe can either Submit what wewe want to say Here:

au barua pepe me what wewe want to say at this address:

If wewe have any maswali either barua pepe me, au send me a swali HERE:

THANK YOU! Please send me things, I would hate to have an empty card!
 nothing wrong with women celebrating their sexiness"
nothing wrong with women celebrating their sexiness"
Matt Smith has alisema that he sees nothing wrong with his Doctor Who co-star Karen Gillan's short skirts.

Gillan was criticised kwa some for supposedly being too sexy in the role of Amy Pond. She reprised her kissogram policewoman outfit in this year's krisimasi special.

Speaking to Now, Smith said: "I know those short skirts caused a furore but I say bring them on. I see nothing wrong with celebrating women and their sexiness.

"There's absolutely nothing exploitative au demeaning about it."

The series premiere of Smith's first mwaka as the Doctor was last week named as the most-watched programme on BBC iPlayer in 2010.