Maya Jama looks incredible in white minidress on night out in London

MAYA Jama looked sensational as she flaunted her incredible figure in a white minidress on a girls' night out in London.

The presenter stunned in an all-white outfit as she enjoyed a night out at Annabels Rainforest Evening for a fundraising dinner for the Amazon.

The 26-year-old was all smiles as she showed off her curvaceous body in the figure hugging outfit.

She completed the look by opting for some cris cross strappy black heels that showed off her endless legs.

Maya’s career has gone from strength to strength over the years and has become one of the most in demand stars.

The TV beauty recently teamed up with Peter Crouch to bring some joy back to the British public’s summer in Peter Crouch: Save Our Summer.

The star also wowed viewers with her appearance on the Soccer Aid – as fans called for Maya to be given a regular spot on the Sky Sports after the presenter’s pundit appearance.

TV and radio host Jama, 26, was on the panel for the Unicef charity friendly between an England side and World XI made up of former pros and celebrities.

Twitter poster Steve wrote: "I think Maya Jama should replace Matt Le Tissier on Soccer Saturday."

Niall added: "Get Maya Jama on Soccer Saturday."


Joe wrote: "Soccer Aid have got it spot on with their pundits tonight and I think Soccer Saturday would be much better going forward replacing the three recently sacked panel members with Alex Scott, Maya Jama, and Omid Djalili."

The broadcaster quit Radio 1 this summer to focus on "new and exciting commitments".

In a lengthy statement she wrote: "As you know I have been juggling and there are a lot of exciting commitments happening that would mean I’m not able to dedicate the time needed to my weekly radio show.

"I’ve loved every moment of my time at Radio 1 and I would like to thank the team for their hard work and friendship during the last two years. It’s been a JOURNEY.

"Thanks to all you cuties that tuned into the show every weekend, it was so great to hear that we have been getting the largest proportion of under 35s tuning in for our on-demand show on BBC Sounds."

The television presenter has gone on to land her first big acting break in comedian Katherine Ryan's new Netflix sitcom, The Duchess.

The former Radio 1 DJ hit the small screen in the semi-autobiographical show about a single mum, played by Katherine, on a mission to get pregnant for the second time.

The plot revolves around the proud mum to daughter Olive – who gets back in touch with her child's father, dubbed her "greatest enemy", to discuss having a second child.

She tagged a trailer clip for The Duchess and added the caption: "The GOAT," [Greatest of All Time] with the comedy star's Instagram handle and a high five Emoji.

Maya continued: "Also my first Netflix appearance in this series coming sooooon."

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