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Doctor Who boss reacts to Ryan Gosling wearing Ncuti Gatwa merch

Russell T Davies has responded to Ryan Gosling being pictured wearing a Doctor Who T-shirt. The La La Land actor was photographed in sunglasses and a baseball hat and a black Doctor Who T-shirt with a picture of Ncuti Gatwa as the Fourteenth Doctor. Returning showrunner Davies reposted the picture on his Instagram, expressing surprise at the A-lister sporting a small business' "illegal" fan merch.

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