Maya Jama wows in teeny string bikini as hourglass figure branded ‘heavenly’

Maya Jama has driven fans wild with new pictures of herself in a teeny string bikini.

The Love Island host, who will begin hosting the winter series in the new year, took to Instagram to show off her incredible figure in nothing but a skimpy swimsuit.

Maya posed with her arms in the air behind her neck as she gazed down the camera lens, her hair pulled back in a sleek style while wearing minimal makeup as she soaked up the sun.

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She showed off her bronze glow in a tiny gold bikini that complimented her tan perfectly.

The top accentuated her assets and featured a strap that covered her stomach while the bottoms sat on her hips and highlighted her hourglass figure.

Behind her stood a simple white sofa, palm trees and a view of the lavish blue pool.

In the caption, the TV presenter wrote: “Y’all won.”

Fans and friends went crazy for her sizzling snap and took to the comment to shower the soon-to-be reality star with compliments.

One wrote: “You win every time.”

Another also gushed: “Oh, she’s heavenly.”

A third comment read: “Yes, Maya! Looking absolutely amazing! Love island ready, baby! Glowing. Love you!”

Others rushed to share their thoughts and one person even claimed that they had “changed their phone wallpaper” to the snap, while another simply questioned “what Stormzy was thinking”.

The presenter is gearing up to host the second series of Winter Love Island, due to air early 2023, but ITV bosses have been taking precautions to make sure that Ofcom complaints stay low this year.

Love Island is asking their contestants to keep their social media profiles “dormant” during the upcoming series to avoid online bullying, which became a serious problem throughout the 2022 series.

The ideas comes after thousands of complaints were made against the show during the summer after claims of bullying toward fan favourite contestant Tasha Ghouri.

Contestants will also receive “guidance and training” regarding “mutually respectful behaviour in relationships”.

A member of the Love Island welfare team will also be in regular contact with the villa residents.


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