Maya Jama updates fans on when she will be returning to South Africa to host the Love Island final, which will take place on Monday, March 13.
Ahead of the new Winter Love Island 2023 season, British TV presenter Maya Jama was announced as the host for the show by ITV2 in October 2022.
The 28-year-old TV host took over from Laura Whitmore, and the news was well-received by fans of the show. And the former Radio 1 presenter has not disappointed fans with her performance in her debut season.
She has been treating fans to daring fashion ensembles while striking intriguing conversations with the Love Island hopefuls. Many of the fans even joked at some point that she should be presented with the prize money as the star of the show.
Despite the drama-packed Love Island season, Jama has been able to hold her own while dispensing her duties. Viewers are now looking forward to Jama hosting the Love Island final on Monday.
Maya Jama to return to South Africa imminently to host the Love Island live final for the first time pic.twitter.com/8CpInqOIBf
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Maya Jama In South Africa For Love Island Final
Throughout the Winter Love Island season, Maya Jama has had to shuttle between South Africa and her base in London. After hosting the last double dumping, Jama quickly returned to London, where she announced the date for the final.
After eight weeks of dramatic recouplings, messy love triangles, explosive confrontations, and brutal eliminations, the season will finally come to an end on Monday.
Jama will be hosting the final live from the villa in Cape Town. For the first time since entering the villa in January, the Islanders will also be joining the beautiful host live.
The bombshell host is yet to jet off to South Africa, but she is expected to make the trip over the weekend. This will give her and the producers enough time to prepare for the Love Island final.
There are currently five couples vying for the ultimate price. The couples are, Tanya Manhenga and Shaq Muhammad, Samie Elishi and Tom Clare, Sanam Harrinanan and Kai Faigan, Lana Jenkins and Ron Hall, and Jessie Wynter and Will Young.
The Love Island final is scheduled to air on Monday live from South Africa on ITV2 at 9 pm. The show will be extended from its usual hour-long episode and end by 10.35 pm