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Maya Jama shows off her cleavage in a black and white bikini top while dancing in her kitchen

Maya Jama shows off her cleavage in a black and white bikini top while dancing in her kitchen… as she prepares for BBC return with Save Our Summer

Maya Jama paid tribute to rising star Doja Cat on Tuesday afternoon by stripping down to her bikini top for an impromptu dance video. 

The presenter, 26, showed off her cleavage while performing a raunchy routine to the singer’s latest single, Streets – a number 12 hit in the UK. 

Taking to Instagram, she appeared to be in high spirits as she danced to the track in her kitchen while modelling a black and white bikini top. 

Simply Purr-fect:  Maya Jama paid tribute to rising star Doja Cat on Tuesday afternoon by stripping down to her bikini top for an impromptu dance video

Maya later admitted she was a huge fan of the track and its accompanying video, which features Doja scaling the wall of a city skyscraper. 

She said: ‘I know I’m late to the party on that song but I bloody loves it. I watched the video and I wanna start climbing the walls.’ 

The post comes after MailOnline exclusively revealed yesterday Maya is returning alongside Peter Crouch for a rebranded version of his BBC One show Save Our Summer during this year’s European Championships. 

Don't mind me: The presenter, 26, showed off her toned physique while performing a raunchy routine to the singer's latest single, Streets - a number 12 hit in the UK

Upbeat: Taking to Instagram, she appeared to be in high spirits while dancing to the track in her kitchen while modelling a black and white bikini top

Don’t mind me: The presenter, 26, showed off her toned physique while performing a raunchy routine to the singer’s latest single, Streets – a number 12 hit in the UK

Hard to miss: The presenter's cleavage was on full display during her latest social media update

Hard to miss: The presenter’s cleavage was on full display during her latest social media update

The series 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.

Obsessed: Maya later admitted she was a huge fan of the Doja Cat track and its accompanying video, which features Doja scaling the wall of a city skyscraper

Obsessed: Maya later admitted she was a huge fan of the Doja Cat track and its accompanying video, which features Doja scaling the wall of a city skyscraper

However, with football matches to react upon both the BBC and Fulwell 73, the production company who make the series hope the show will pick up a cult following on its second edition.

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.’

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)

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)

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