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'Doctor Who's' Ultimate 'Avengers Assemble' Moment As Stars Thank Corona Warriors; Watch

'Doctor Who' star cast recently got together and posted a video of them thanking doctors and medical caregivers who are working on the frontline.

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Recently, almost all the stars from BBC's beloved science-fiction show Doctor Who came together and shows their support and respect towards the countless numbers of doctors and medical caregivers working to flatten the curve f the coronavirus pandemic. Stars like David Tennant, Matt Smith and Jodie Whittaker, came together and recorded a special message which evidently looked like the 'Avengers Assemble' moment but in the Doctor Who universe. Check it out below-

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Doctor Who cast thanks doctors

Actors Peter Davidson, Sylvester McCoy, Paul McGann and Jo Martin also thanked the workers on the frontline. They all pre-recorded a message from their homes and the video was later uploaded on Doctor Who's official social media accounts. Jodie Whittaker, the latest and the first female Doctor Who in the series also made her presence felt in the thank you video. 

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Besides this, actor David Tennant also reunited with his co-star Catherine Tate for their long-running gag. This time around, David Tennant played the role of a Scottish teacher who is tired of his student harassing him during an online class session. Check out the funny video below -

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