DAVID Tennant may be the housewives' favourite, but it's Billie Piper who gets sent knickers in the post!
Piper, who revives her role as Doctor's assistant Rose in the new series of Doctor Who, revealed all to Roast at the launch of the second BBC One series this week.
"I have had some ladies knickers in the post," confessed Piper at Tuesday's party at the Wales Millennium Centre, where the first episode of the sci-fi fave was premiered.
And her confession left her Casanova co-star red-faced, saying: "I can only dream of women's knickers in the post."
But despite losing out, Tennant said he was chuffed to be voted a gay icon.
The 34-year-old Scot was recently named the Pink Paper's 'sexiest man in the universe' in its annual poll, ahead of Brad Pitt and David Beckham.
But despite setting men's pulses racing, Tennant says the only thing he gets sent are scarves.
"Somebody sent me a Tom Baker scarf. It had the right colours and everything, it is quite weird but lovely that someone spends all that time knitting it."
And on his gay icon status, he said: "How can you react to something like that? If you start playing up to it you would immediately become less attractive to the people who thought you were attractive in the first place.
"It's flattering to come ahead of Brad Pitt and Beckham. It's a mystery to me but I am very proud of it."
Billie and Tennant share a lingering screen kiss in the first episode of the new series New Earth.
But when asked to compare Tennant's kissing prowess to former Doctor Christopher Eccleston, Piper refused to say who she would rather pucker up to.
"They're different men," said the 23-year-old. "I had a longer kiss with David, which I really enjoyed. It was quite sexy." She joked: "He has quite nice lips. It was fun."
But Billie ruled out a full-on romance for the screen duo, saying it would ruin the chemistry, comparing it to Ross and Rachel's on-off affair in Friends.
"You want it to happen, but at the same time you don't want it to happen," said Piper. "It's one of those weird things like Ross and Rachel, you want them to get it back on but you don't."
Although both Tennant and Piper have both signed up for another series of the BBC show, screenwriter Russell T. Davies said a Welsh Doctor could be on the cards in the future, naming Michael Sheen as a possible candidate.