She is never one to shy away from social media.
The TV presenter, 26, flaunted her incredible figure in a plunging white crop top and jeans, as she recorded herself shaking her hips in her kitchen.
Command attention: Maya Jama showed off her incredible figure in a plunging white crop top and jeans on Friday in her London apartment amid the UK’s third lockdown
Maya rocked a gold necklace and displayed her natural beauty with minimal make-up as she captured the sizzling video.
Her raven tresses tumbled down her back in a straight hairdo and she captioned the upload to her 2 million Instagram followers: ‘Friday nights in lockdown.. FaceTime waved in my kitchen ✨’.
Maya was recently announced as the new host of BBC Three’s Glow Up: Britain’s Next Make Up Star.
Glow Up returns for a third season later this year and the TV sensation will replace Stacey Dooley, who fronted the series for two previous runs.
Capturing the moment: The TV presenter, 26, sipped on a glass of wine and got ‘waved’ as she recorded herself, shaking her hips in her kitchen
Having a whale of a time: Maya rocked a gold necklace and displayed her natural beauty with minimal make-up as she captured the sizzling video
Maya said of the recent appointment: ‘I absolutely LOVE Glow Up and can’t wait to join the family! I’m obsessed with makeup and creating different looks – it’s going to be so much fun and I can’t wait to see what the [Make Up Artists] get up to!’
Industry icons Val Garland and Dominic Skinner will also return as series judges, on hand to whittle down ten budding Make Up Artists [MUAs] one by one, before discovering Britain’s Next Make Up Star.
Stacey, 33, announced in October that she would be leaving as host.
She tweeted: ‘I won’t be able to be a part of Glow Up, series 3. It was such an utter delight to work alongside Dom and Val. Total stars.
‘And of course, a real treat to meet the artists, and appreciate their creativity! It’s a show v close to my heart, and I wish everyone involved in the next gig, all the love in the world.’ [sic]
Stunning: Her raven tresses tumbled down her back in a straight hairdo and she captioned the upload: ‘Friday nights in lockdown.. FaceTime waved in my kitchen ✨’
It’s understood signing on to host new show This Is MY House led to Stacey being unable to front season three of Glow Up.
Her new show – set to air this year – sees four people declare a property is theirs, but only one of them is telling the truth.
A team of celebrity judges will work together to figure out who is the honest homeowner and who are the imposters.
When she announced the new show, and her subsequent departure from Glow Up, trolls hit out at Stacey on Twitter for ditching one to front the other.
Back to business: Maya was recently announced as the new host of BBC Three’s Glow Up: Britain’s Next Make Up Star
She replied to some of the comments, saying: ‘Reading some of the unnecessarily cruel comments re my new gig. I got the same criticism doing Strictly and Glow Up.
‘I did well on Strictly and Glow Up went on to be a global series, that was recommissioned and Netflix took. I don’t know why this platform is so unkind.’ [sic]
Meanwhile, Maya will be adding Glow Up to her CV of hosting gigs, which already includes a show on BBC Radio 1, the MOBO Awards, Stand Up To Cancer, and Save Our Summer with Peter Crouch.
Some of the most revered names in the beauty and fashion industry have also appeared on the show, from Rankin, Henry Holland and Andrew Gallimore through to NikkieTutorials, Anastasia Soare and Lisa Armstrong.
Glow Up series three will be available to stream in the UK exclusively on BBC iPlayer later this year.
Out: The show returns for a third season later this year and Maya will replace Stacey Dooley, who fronted the series for two previous runs