Michael Sheen joins David Tennant for Have I Got News For You appearance
As Tennant hosted the long-running panel show, there was surprise appearance from a certain "Welsh Correspondent".
Discussing the news that the Brecon Beacons are to be rebranded as Bannau Brycheiniog, Tennant crossed to a video clip of the show's "Welsh Coresspondent" to give the correct pronunciation, with it revealed to be Michael Sheen.
After Sheen gave the correct pronunciation the teams had fun mocking Tennant, with Richard Osman saying: "He's very good isn't he, Michael Sheen".
Tennant said "he's alright", who which Osman said that "anything he does, he carries" and that he's got "such charisma". Paul Merton then called Sheen "the actor of his generation", with Lucy Beaumont asking Tennant whether people in Scotland like him "as much as people in Wales like him".
Osman then got one more dig in saying Sheen "can do comedy and drama which a lot of actors can't do." Merton then said Sheen "doesn't rely on props", to which Tennant said "oh, he does". Osman then retorted: "Hey, you're not a prop, come on!"
Barring any other surprise reunions, Tennant and Sheen will next be seen together in Good Omens season 2, which is set release this summer.
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Meanwhile, Tennant will be seen later this year reprising his role as the Doctor in Doctor Who, playing a new 14th incarnation of the Time Lord.
He will appear alongside Catherine Tate, back as Donna Noble, in three 60th anniversary specials, before Ncuti Gatwa takes over as the Fifteenth Doctor for season 14.