Billie Piper looks sensational in plunging little black dress on The One Show

Billie Piper stunned in a slinky black dress as she appeared on Wednesday's BBC The One Show.

The 37-year-old actress spoke to hosts Alex Jones and Michael Ball about starring in her new show, I Hate Suzie.

Billie looked stunning in a plunging black dress, as as she chatted to the presenters about the new series.

Her blonde locks were styled in a relaxed up-do, and she opted for vampish makeup.

Billie not only starred in Sky Atlantic's new comedy drama, but also co-directed it with Succession writer Lucy Prebble, who also joined The One Show for the chat.

The fictional drama is about a famous woman whose life unravels when her mobile phone is hacked, and personal photographs of herself are stollen and leaked.

Doctor Who actress Billie recently spoke about how aspects her character Suzie overlaps with her real-life persona.

According to The Sun, she explained: "This is not autobiographical, but a lot of my own feelings are there as a woman in her thirties.

"My photos have never been hacked, for example – but setting it in the world of being an actor creates a lot of drama, fun and entertainment."

She added: "Everyone has a profile now: whoever you are, if your phone is found it could be so incriminating. Your entire life could be destroyed by a few innocent texts. It doesn’t have to be anything huge to take someone apart these days.

"It never felt like we were pushing people away with this story, because it's a familiar concept: the unmasking of someone."

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When asked what sort of character Suzie is, she said: "I don’t think she knows who she is. She’s been a lot of people, which feels very female. As a woman you put on many different hats to get what you want.

"She's absorbed lots of personalities and been formed by other people. She’s very impressionable, porous and sensitive, and she’s shaped from a young age."

She added: "We didn’t want to conform to storytelling in the way we’re used to seeing. People see so much TV now that they can anticipate everything without even realising. It allows you to tune out and we absolutely didn’t want that."

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