Maya Jama stuns in eye-popping gown as she opens up on Love Island 'pressure' on the Jonathan Ross Show | The Sun
MAYA Jama wowed in a plunging vintage black dress as she opened up on the "pressure" of taking on the Love Island hosting gig.
The ITV2 matchmaking show stunner, 28, opted for an archive black pencil dress by late designer Vivienne Westwood, for her appearance on the Jonathan Ross Show.
The chic garment featured a deep v-neckline and bold gold button detail.
The sleeveless gown, with darker black panels on the sides of the skirt, perfectly flattered style queen Maya's figure.
Her hair was styled in loose curls with plenty of volume in an old-Hollywood glam style.
The presenter often impresses with her choice of outfits, recently looking trendy in a hooded dress before showing off her amazing curves in a skintight white gown.
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Previously, she gave a sneak peek of her designer outfit on her Instagram Stories.
Former Radio 1 DJ Maya wrote in her caption: "Archive Vivienne Westwood for Jonathan Ross show tonight," followed by a cheeky Emoji smile icon.
One follower wrote: "So pretty," as another put: "You looks gorgeous so beautiful."
A third then put: "Gorgeous as always MJ."
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One then added: "You looked incredible on the show!! Can't wait for everyone to see it."
During her chat on Saturday with the programme's anchor Jonathan, Maya opened up about accepting the Love Island hosting role after Laura Whitmore quit the series.
She told him how fans had wanted her in the role and admitted: "I felt that pressure.
"And to get the slow motion walk right, and, you know."
She then confirmed her show future and revealed: "Yes, I am going to be doing the summer one and in starts in … I don't even know if I allowed to say that.
"It starts in Summer."
It comes ahead of Love Island's final in Monday.
The final will take place on March 13, 2023 at 9pm on ITV2.
A source told The Sun: “There was speculation that the current series might only run for six weeks as that was the format for the first Winter Love Island outing in 2020.
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“By the same token, there was talk last year that the summer series could be extended as ratings were so impressive thanks to the likes of Ekin-Su and Davide.
“But bosses plan to stick to their usual eight week schedule and crown their winners on March 13th.
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