I knew Chris [Christopher Eccleston], but watching him on set you really believed he was the Doctor, saving the universe against any monster you want. He has such intensity and how he approached it was brilliant. Billie [Billie Piper] was perfect as Rose too.
- Davy Jones - Make up artist from Doctor Who (x)
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There’s a woman with a smoky, timeless voice crooning out a smoldering rendition of ‘It Had to Be You’ when he finally deigns to acknowledge the fact that there’s karaoke going on at all.
He’d been completely avoiding it up until that point, talking about everything but the people standing only a few yards away, singing their little hearts out.
She thought she’d had him a little earlier, when she’d sung along with the bloke doing ‘Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick,’ but he’d only grinned for a second, and then changed the subject to the weather.
Now though, he’s watching the woman with rapt attention, slowly swaying his head along to the music with a dorky (endearing) little smile on his face.
“Dare you to sing,” she says, pitching her voice low and slow to match the song.
- Posted:2 days ago
allegoricalrose requested: Nine/Rose. “Take. This. Off.”
"TAKE. THIS. OFF. Those will be the words, Rose Tyler. Make sure he sees you."
The Queen did her best to smile, oh she wished she could smile properly. She just never had to in her entire boring life, but this time she truly wanted to smile. This brought her so much enjoyment, much more exciting than painting roses red and white on a whim. This human rose can be painted in any color! All by herself!
"Adieu, my beautiful rose flower." The Queen’s delicate fingers caressed Rose’s chin, as she happily smiled in her sleep. The Queen then turned to the tall man in black leather jacket, who is also seemingly in a slumber-like state. He laid next to the ‘human’ girl, brows crinkling and occasionally lips twitched as to speak. The Queen didn’t say anything to him, but only stared down for a silent moment before she swished the layers upon layers of her dress out of the room.
When they both came to, the red and black dress of Queen of Hearts was gone, the fuzzy fluff tail of White Rabbit was gone, and so was the small glass bottle and plate of cookies that said “Drink Me” and “Eat Me”, respectably.
What happened, where is Doctor…? Rose thought, her head still felt heavy as though she had drank too much alcohol the night before. She leaned back, and felt the familiar warm leather against her bare back. How comforting, then she immediately though, BARE BACK?
She looked down in horror, and on her was not her regular t-shirt and jeans but naked skin, only wrapped in a white ribbon with seemingly an alien words scribbled on it. She squinted, and TARDIS did her a favor.
Rose panicked. Where are my clothes, and what happened? She could hear the Doctor grunting behind her, fidgeting about. Quick, she had to make some decision. Should she call him, but she was completely naked, knickers and all.
"WHAT?!" The familiar northern accent responded in alert, instinctive answer. He almost turned his head to see her, then she screamed.
"NO NO NO WAIT WAIT I’M COMPLETELY NAKED"
"Don’t be daft Rose Tyler. You have that ribbon on you so you’re not ‘completely’ naked! Wait, the words on that ribbon… ‘take… this’"
Rose quickly covered her chest with one arm and between her legs with the other. Her face turned completely red, her chest blossomed in pink spots. “WAIT!! AAAAAAHHHH WAIT AND STOP LOOKING AT MY BOOBS!!!!!”
The Doctor turned red as well. “Now you’ve made ME blush! What you do that for?? Why did you choose to wear a ribbon?”
"OH HOW THICK ARE YOU I DIDNT CHOOSE TO WEAR A RIBBON"
The Doctor pressed his temples, suppressing a mild headache spreading in his skull. “…in any case, what is the message on that garment? Take this what?”
"…………………." Rose hesitated. Do I tell him, or do I show him. What is the meaning of this. She wanted to be naked sometime soon in front of him, but this wasn’t really what she had in mind. How unfortunate!
"So? That could be a hint to get out of this maze!" Doctor tried his best to divert his eyes from her to give her some sense of privacy, but couldn’t help himself from stealing few good looks. She was glowing in pink, and clearly she was flustered. She sat there with her hands covering herself, lips pursed, misty yet inquisitive eyes scanning the room. He always wondered, why did this human girl smelt so wonderful, unlike anyone else he’d met. Wrapped in white silk ribbon she looked very delicious.
"…take this off."
"………what?" He almost chocked on his own breath.
"take. this. off. that’s what it says!" Her voice quivered. The ribbon was bound tightly on her stomach and it showed the plumpness of her flesh when she heaved.
- Posted:4 days ago
Doctor Who actor Christopher Eccleston has lent his support to a charity picnic that will see a Highgate park turn pink in memory of a schoolgirl who died from cancer.
Mr Eccleston, of Highgate, joined the mother of 17-year-old Alexandra Wylie, Lindsey Wylie, and her former Channing school friends at pan-Asian restaurant Tootoomoo in Crouch End on Tuesday to promote the annual Pinknic in the Park.
The all-pink day of live music, food and games, held on September 6 in Waterlow Park, is in aid of the Alexandra Wylie Tower Foundation, which this year will raise money to fund food parcels and nutrition classes for north London children living in poverty. The charity was set up in 2011 in memory of Alexandra, known as Allie to friends, who died in 2010 from an incurable form of cancer.
Mr Eccleston, who will judge the picnic’s cake competition, said: “It is horrifying that such high levels of poverty are right on our doorstep and I am pleased to be able to provide support for a programme that is working with local children who are not getting enough food. It is a privilege to work with the charity.”
- Posted:4 days ago
Here we are with our second post in the Nine/Rose tattoo shop AU! If you don’t want to get inked, savior “fic tennis”!
To catch up: Part 1
“What, you’re not a sushi kind of girl?” he ribs. She pulls out a fresh sheet of drawing paper. It’s translucent, and she lines it up atop the full sketch, preparing to trace an outline.
“Oh, I’ll try anything at least once,” Rose replies, sharpening her black drawing pencils with a crisp twisting motion and flicking the shavings onto the chipped linoleum floor. “I’ve just never been to a Japanese restaurant. Mum likes a curry now and then, but that’s about as exotic I ever got, growing up.”
- Posted:6 days ago
- The Garveys at Their Best 
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