Foxes to appear in Doctor Who series 8
Singer songwriter Foxes, aka Louisa Rose Allen, is to sing and act in an episode of Doctor Who series 8...
Rifling through the TARDIS' bins in Doctor Who series eight will be musical guest star Foxes, the BBC has announced.
Not being entirely au fait with the contents of the modern hit parade, we have to take it on trust that Foxes, who also goes by the name Louisa Rose Allen, is a Grammy Award-winning UK singer/songwriter best known for providing the vocals to Clarity, a song by a chap called Zedd (are we doing this right?).
The guest role reportedly came about when members of the Doctor Who production team went along to a Foxes performance and exchanged pleasantries with the singer, who confessed her Who fandom and was duly invited to appear in series eight.
Steven Moffat says the team is "completely thrilled that the amazingly talented Foxes is joining us on board... well, you'll see. Let's just say, the Doctor is finally catching up on his phone calls." Cryptic.
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