Two of the Doctor's adversaries were terrorising famous faces such and Ant and Dec as they arrived outside the Royal Festival Hall on London's Southbank to mark the 50th anniversary of the sci-fi show.
Despite it not being nominated in for any awards, BAFTA bosses also decided to honour 'Doctor Who' with a special film starring Matt Smith to be played during the ceremony.
Matt was unable to attend the awards due to filming commitments in the US, as he is set to star in a new film directed by Ryan Gosling.
However, his sidekick Jenna-Louise Coleman - who plays assistant Clara Oswald - was there, also presenting an award.
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