Doctor Who's Matt Smith wants to give you the shirt off his back. And his shoes. And his pants. But before any of you get any weird pervy ideas about this, let's rev this up a bit—we're talking charity auction, people, with costume items from the Time Lord's wardrobe up for grabs.
First off, let's talk about that pic. Yep, the 11th Doctor (Matt Smith) is almost down to nothing but his braces and his gold watch. It's actually a promo pic for tonight's upcoming Children in Need special mini-episode, which will air in the U.K. this evening at around 8 p.m. on BBC One.
The whole thing actually ties in with the fact that the Doctor's costume from the wonderful Neil Gaiman-penned episode ''The Doctor's Wife'' (including tweed jacket, shirt, black jeans, black boots, braces, bow tie and watch) will be auctioned off here at: www.bbc.co.uk/pudsey.
The winning bidder will also get a copy of the sketch script penned by Doctor Who showrunner and mastermind Steven Moffat and signed by Matt Smith.
Smith said :
"I hope people donate generously for BBC Children in Need because it's a wonderful cause- and we've got to beat last year's total. I saw Terry Wogan on TV the other night, and thought come on! Let's make more money! So hopefully we can raise a good amount.
"I'd say the tweed jacket or the bow-tie are the most iconic — although the boots are my personal favourite."
Bidding will end on Monday, Nov. 21, but it's a bit unclear to us whether you've to be an actual U.K. resident to be allowed to bid. Still, good luck to anyone who wants a piece of Smith's Time Lord!