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DAVID TENNANT will stay on as Doctor Who for a third new series, he has revealed. Billie Piper, who plays his saucy sidekick Rosie Tyler, will also be involved in the new shows. Tennant, who became the tenth Doctor last year, said: 'I've had a ball. I might still be here in 40 years.' He paid tribute to the scripts as a major factor in his decision to carry on, adding: 'Every one is a page turner.' The news was confirmed as the BBC launched the second series of new Doctor Who programmes at the Wales Millennium Conference Centre in Cardiff. It included a screening of the first episode called New Earth in which Rose and the Doctor share a kiss. Piper joked: 'We did not do tongues though'. The 13-episode series will kick off next month.

Sexy sidekick: Billie Piper as Rosie in the new Doctor Who series. Inset, David Tennant

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