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Doctor Who fans got a surprise reunion weeks ahead of the 60th Anniversary Special, as David Tennant and Catherine Tate took to the stage at the BAFTA TV Awards with P&O Cruise on Sunday night.
Hours after a new trailer debuted for the much-anticipated specials, the pair presented the Features Award at the star-studded ceremony.
Catherine certainly caught the eye by showing off her eye-popping cleavage in daring green leopard print dress.
During the show, she and David quipped that they are yet to win a coveted BAFTA despite their illustrious acting career.
David and Catherine are set to reprise their roles The Doctor and Donna Noble in Who's upcoming trio of 60th Anniversary Specials this autumn, before Ncuti Gatwa takes over the role of the titular Time Lord.
Back together! Doctor Who fans got a surprise reunion months ahead of the 60th Anniversary, as David Tennant and Catherine Tate took to the stage at the BAFTA TV Awards on Sunday
Back together! Hours after a new trailer debuted for the much-anticipated specials , the pair presented the Features Award at the star-studded ceremony
The pair first appeared together on the BBC series back in 2006, before starring in Who's fourth series in 2008.
Their return, announced last year by returning showrunner Russell T Davies, sent fans into a frenzy.
Backstage, Who fans were then treated to another reunion, as David was seen embracing former co-star Freema Agyeman, who starred as The Doctor's companion Martha Jones.
During the ceremony, Kate Winslet was awarded Best Actress for her critically-acclaimed performance in I Am Ruth, and during her speech she paid tribute to her co-star and daughter Mia Threapleton.
One of the big winners proved to be BBC's runaway hit The Traitors, which scooped the Reality And Constructed Factual award, while host Claudia Winkleman won Entertainment Performance for fronting the show.
While Anne-Marie Duff was awarded Supporting Actress for Bad Sisters, the viewer-voted BAFTA for the The P&O Cruises Memorable Moment Award was given the moment Paddington Bear enjoyed tea with The Queen during her Platinum Jubilee concert.
Ben, who won critical acclaim for his performance as NHS junior Adam Kay in This Is Going To Hurt, was awarded the Best Actor prize, beating out competition including Gary Oldman, Martin Freeman, Cillian Murphy and Chaske Spencer.
On stage, the actor, 42, said: 'Oh goodness me, I really didn't think that would happen and I love so much the actors in this category.'
Daring! Catherine certainly caught the eye by showing off her eye-popping cleavage in daring green leopard print dress
No awards for us! During the show , she and David quipped that they are yet to win a coveted BAFTA despite their illustrious acting career
Best Drama Series: Bad Sisters
Leading Actor: Ben Whinshaw - This Is Going To Hurt
Leading Actress: Kate Winslet - I Am Ruth
Supporting Actor: Adeel Akhtar - Sherwood
Supporting Actress: Anne-Marie Duff - Bad Sisters
Male Performance In A Comedy: Lenny Rush
Female Performance In A Comedy: Siobhán McSweeney - Derry Girls
Single Drama: I Am Ruth
Memorable Moment: Party at the Palace – Paddington Meets The Queen
BAFTA Fellowship: Meera Syal
Martha and Ten together again! Backstage, Who fans were then treated to another reunion, as David was seen embracing former co-star Freema Agyeman
Whishaw also said 'everybody in the show is just mind-blowing' and 'most of all thank you, Adam Kay, for writing this wonderful role. I'm very humbled, and blessed.'
The medical drama is based on Kay's book This Is Going To Hurt: Secret Diaries Of A Junior Doctor which chronicles his work training to be a doctor in the NHS.
The night also saw Sir Mo Farah win for his BBC One documentary The Real Mo Farah which revealed he had been illegally trafficked to the UK as a child.
Collecting the best single documentary prize, the four-time Olympic champion dedicated the award to 'children who are being trafficked'.
In his speech, he said: 'The kids have no say at all, they are just kids and no child should ever go through what I did, I hope my story shows they aren't alone, we are in it together.'
The 40-year-old thanked the team at the BBC because it 'wasn't easy' to film and he wouldn't have been able to it 'without them', while his wife Tania Nell said it was the couples children who 'empowered' them to tell the story.
At the start of the show, Siobhan McSweeney won her first BAFTA TV award for Best Female Performance in a comedy programme, for playing Sister Michael, the eye-rolling principal of the show's Our Lady Immaculate College in the Channel 4 programme Derry Girls.
The reality and constructed factual award was given to psychological adventure show, The Traitors, and collecting the prize, presenter Claudia Winkleman, 51, said she and the team are 'blown away by this, thank you so much'.
Things got even better for Claudia, as later that evening she received the Entertainment Performance award for hosting The Traitors.
Lenny Rush took