Maya Jama looks sensational as she flaunts her toned figure in a bejewelled crop top and bralet
Maya Jama looked nothing short of sensational as she flaunted her toned tummy in a crop top.
The TV and radio presenter, 26, took to her Instagram Stories on Tuesday to share glamorous videos of herself posing up a storm.
Looking typically stylish, she showed off her assets in a black bra layered beneath a bejewelled mesh tank top.
Sizzling: Maya Jama looked nothing short of sensational as she flaunted her toned tummy in a crop top for a sexy Instagram video on Tuesday
Maya added more bling to her ensemble with two crucifix necklaces and numerous bracelets on each wrist.
The beauty wore her raven tresses in bouncy curls and added a slick of stunning make-up, including two jewels at the inner corners of her eyes to make them pop.
She posed in the series of clips she took in the mirror, giving her 2.1 million followers a glimpse of her bright yellow Off White x IKEA phone case.
Work it! Looking typically stylish, the TV and radio presenter, 26, showed off her assets in the black bra which was covered with a jewelled mesh tank top
Maya played with her luscious curls as she appeared to be in good spirits and sang along to music.
In another video, the star said: ‘Back to work! Sorry I know I’m over snapping but I’ve looked like a foot all week,’ before she danced in the mirror.
The Bristol native will soon return to TV screens alongside Peter Crouch, 40, for a re-branded version of his BBC1 show Save Our Summer.
A source confirmed to MailOnline on Tuesday the series will air during this year’s European Championships.
Comeback: Maya is returning alongside Peter Crouch for a re-branded version of his BBC1 show Save Our Summer during this year’s European Championships (pictured last year)
The show will air how it was originally intended, a companion to Euro 2020 matches which have been rescheduled for this June, rather than a primetime Saturday night offering.
Due to the tournament’s postponement last year following the coronavirus pandemic, the show was transformed at short notice to fill the void left by the football.
The programme was overshadowed by the furore surrounding presenter Maya’s ‘revealing’ outfits, which caused her to call out viewers for ‘hyper sexualising’ her figure.
A source told MailOnline: ‘The series deserves a second chance as it never ran how it was initially conceived.
‘The Euros is the essence of the show and without any football, producers faced an uphill battle from the start to make it work, especially with all the pressure it was under being aired on a Saturday night.
‘Hopefully this summer viewers will be won over.’
The overhaul – expected to take place between June and July – is likely to feature a new name and the inclusion of a studio audience, which was heavily missed last year.
Wow-factor: Maya often ensures all eyes are on her as she flaunts her figure in stunning snaps on social media