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And now they've got six of them

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FANS waited two years to see JODIE WHITTAKER as the first female Time Lord . . and now they've got six of them.

The actress posed with doppelgangers, top, in Sheffield yesterday at the launch of the new series of Doctor Who, starting on BBC1 on October 7.

She will star alongside companions BRADLEY WALSH, TOSIN COLE and MANDIP GILL.

Jodie, previously best known for her role in Broadchurch, is certain she is getting equal pay.

She said: "I absolutely know I am not being paid less than any other Doctor."

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