Do you still remember the hot-pants girl in Secret Diary of a Call Girl? Yeah, of course, because we have claimed the pants will become a bit to the market.
Soon, Piper was reported to be present in public again wearing a latex catsuit. With such fast speed, it reminds me of her quick and increasing popularity in her another important film Doctor Who.
As we know, Doctor Who originally ran from 1963 to 1989. In May 2004, it was announced that the series would be resurrected beginning in 2005, and that Piper was to play the character Rose Tyler, a travelling companion to The Doctor (to be played by Christopher Eccleston).
Piper won the Most Popular Actress category at the 2005 and 2006 National Television Awards for her work on Doctor Who. BBC News named Piper as one of its “Faces of the Year” for 2005, primarily due to her success in Doctor Who.
At The South Bank Show Awards on 27 January 2006 Piper was awarded The Times Breakthrough Award for her successful transition from singing to acting. In March 2006, the Television and Radio Industries Club named Piper as best new TV talent at their annual awards ceremony. In September 2006, Piper was named Best Actress at the TV Quick and TV Choice Awards.
After the completion of the very successful first series of the revamped Doctor Who, the British media regularly released conflicting reports about how long Piper would be staying with the program. In March 2006, she claimed that she would continue on Doctor Who into its third season in 2007.
On 27 November 2007, after a period of departure, the BBC confirmed that she would reprise her role as Rose Tyler in the fourth Doctor Who series for three episodes.
The series began in April 2008, and after several cameos, Piper made her official return as Rose in the series three final episodes “Turn Left”, “The Stolen Earth” and “Journey’s End”. Interviewed on Doctor Who Confidential, she commented that “it’s never really the end for the Doctor and Rose”, but “it’s certainly the end for the foreseeable future”. She reprised her role as Rose Tyler in The End of Time, the last of the 2009–10 Doctor Who specials.
She is such a strange person, who makes people feel confused. One hand, people are regretful for her departure; while on the other hand, she returned with a bigger role, which makes people feel excited. So is her presence with a latex dress, which adds to her beauty—the positive public image.