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Look Who's snogging with sexy companion

DR Who is quick to introduce himself to his new companion.

Freema Agyeman is kissed by David Tennant minutes into the next series. And a source on the set said there is a great chemistry between the Doctor and Freema's character Martha Jones. The insider revealed: "The kiss happens just a few minutes after they have met up — but all is not as it seems.


"This is not just a romantic kiss, the Doctor is trying to keep Martha safe from attack. "Fans are going to be shocked by what goes on between them, but it is not a smooth romance." The opening episode starts as an ordinary day that turns into a nightmare for medical student Martha when she sees her entire hospital transported to the Moon. Talking about her amazing transformation after landing the part alongside 35-year-old Tennant, Freema, 27, said: "One minute I was working behind the desk at Blockbusters, the next I'd landed the role of Martha. Before I knew it I had been transported to the Moon and was faced with the prospect of kissing The Doctor."

While on the Moon, Martha has to battle galactic stormtroopers called the Judoon and outwit a bloodsucking Plasmavore —but she is not sure she can trust the mysterious Doctor despite locking lips with him. The sci-fi series officially launched last night with a celebrity-packed gala premiere at the Mayfair Hotel in London.

Doctor Who Series Three starts on BBC1 on Saturday March 31 at 7.55pm.

Caption: LOCKIN' LIPS: Doc and Martha

Caption: DOCTOR AND NURSE: Time Lord and Martha snog

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