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I've Fallen for a Dalek

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DOCTOR Who star Billie Piper has found love — with a Dalek. The actress, who is divorcing media tycoon Chris Evans, claims she enjoyed a bizarre romantic encounter with one of the show's metal aliens.

Sexy Billie, 22, who plays The Doctor's assistant Rose Tyler, says that during a forthcoming episode of the BBC sci-fi series she has an emotional scene with the Time Lord's deadly enemy.

She said: "I'm sat there the night before thinking: 'How am I going to tap into my emotions? This is a hunk of junk!'

"Then, because it is so beautifully written and it is written with human emotion, I am actually feeling for this thing!" Billie revealed all about her alien romance to GMTV host Ben Shephard, 30, yesterday. -

Marriage

He laughed: "So does Rose fall in love with a Dalek?"

The former pop singer teased: "You will have to wait and see!" She also tells chat-show host Michael Parkinson, 69, how, despite her pending divorce to Evans, 38, she's open to re-marriage. She tells Parky: "I am happy where I am right now but I will get married again."

Billie is on Parkinson tonight at 10.15pm on ITV1.


Caption: ALIEN LOVER: Billie on Parkinson tonight

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