Weeks before she lands in South Africa to host the new “Love Island” series, the English media personality enjoys a private Maya Jama spa day. Jama treats fans to sensational shots of herself in monochrome swimwear. Being one of Britain’s young media personalities, she is successful in her rights. At 28, she has worked with Peter Crouch and Alex Horne to co-present BBC One’s “Peter Crouch: Save Our Summer.”
Since 2015, Jama has honed her presenting skills, appearing as co-host on “Trending Live” host on ITV’s “Cannonball.” She also hosted the third series of the BBC Three competition “Glow Up: Britain’s Next Make-Up Star.”
Last year, she padded her resume by becoming the new host of the ITV2 dating reality drama, “Love Island.” But before jetting off to South Africa for the latest season, she is soothingly relishing in her alone time. But what more do we know about Maya Jama and her spa day?
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Maya Jama Spa Day Captured In Her Stories
Two days into the new year, “Love Island’s” Maya Jama visited a spa, and during her trip, she shared snaps of herself in a Zebra patterned “Rat & Boa” bikini set.
Jama, who took a mirror selfie, flaunted her toned abs, curves, and spotless skin. The stunning bikini selfie also showed her natural look; however, she wore an eye mask and had her brunette hair styled in a loose ponytail.
She later posted a closeup shot where she pouted her lips and anchored neatly groomed french tips nails over her head. Without mincing words, the onscreen personality showed that she was enjoying her spa day and wished it had happened earlier. In her words: “should have done this sooner.”
Jama Promotes Love Island
Before Maya Jama’s spa day, the TV diva has been gearing towards bringing fans the best of herself on the “Love Island” series.
In a promotional ad, Jama rocked a stylish bejeweled jumpsuit while riding on a fabric-crafted bull with horns as she boldly looked into the camera and said, “‘it’s time to grab love by the horns, I am ready, are you?”
This is the ninth time the show will be retiring to TV. During its eighth season, “Love Island” became the most-watched series on ITV, racking up close to three hundred million views.