Former PM Gordon Brown has told the Guardian newspaper he did not use his own smile during the 2010 election campaign. Mr. Brown has admitted he didn't actually smile for the entire campaign, and is now the subject of a court case about Gums.
The former PM was quoted as saying that it was actually Tony Blairs smile, just digitally projected onto his face.
"I don't mind saying it wasn't my smile," he said. "I wanted to smile but he wouldn't let me do it, he said he still had the best teeth in the Labour party and that I was too dour to come accross as genuine and happy."
Brown told the paper that Blair had asked him to "keep his own mouth shut in exchange for a free supply of mentadent and sensodyne spearmint, promising that he'd let me use my own smile at the 2014 election, which, of course, he never did."
He added: "I'm the victim. I wanted to smile but he wouldn't let me. This is going to dog me till my dying days. I'm even more fed up"
On Wednesday, an expert grinologist told a court in that it was in fact Blairs smile during the campaign - based on the smile given as evidence by Gordon Brown.
Speaking to the Guardian newspaper, Brown said: "I hope I will finally get my shiney whites."
The former PM said this case was about honour not money.
The original smile inhabited downing street between 1997 and 2007 and caused much damage during that time.