Secrets behind Maya Jama’s incredible body after Love Island host embraced ‘gift from God’ boobs & slammed cruel trolls | The Sun

LAST night another batch of excited, sexy singletons entered the Love Island villa – but there was one name on everyone's lips.

New host Maya Jama made a sensational debut in a series of sexy outfits, setting pulses racing among the contestants and viewers at home.

The 28-year-old first emerged in a red two-piece piece that put her incredible curves on full display while exiting a helicopter. 

Maya later appeared in a figure-hugging floor-length frock with a plunging neckline as she directed the show's first coupling.  

At the end of the episode, Maya gave Kim Kardashian a run for her money in a black cut out dress.

The Islanders were clearly in awe of Maya, who took over presenting duties from Laura Whitmore, and wasted no time in showering her with compliments.


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Love Island fans also took to Twitter to gush over her incredible body and she was trending on the platform well into the next morning. 

In the past Maya has let slip her surprising secrets to her curvy figure – and once claimed her boobs are a gift "from God". 

From intense workouts to bizarre food combinations, we reveal how Love Island's ultimate bombshell keeps herself in shape.

'Quality over quantity'

If you think Maya must spend endless hours at the gym working on those super-toned abs, you're wrong.

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The former Radio1 host recently admitted on her Instagram stories that she struggles to remain consistent with her work-outs – but added that she never gives up. 

She wrote: "So I’m tryna gain a stone and tone lol but I do 3 days in the gym see a small result then do f**k all for three weeks… Attempt 999999. At gym bunny b***h [sic]."

When she does go to the gym, Maya said she tries to maintain a workout plan that aligns with her goals.

She previously told Women's Health: "Before my trip to Australia for I’m A Celeb, I started a vigorous summer workout plan, which consisted of three sets of burpees, jumping squats and planks – non-stop for 20 seconds then 40 seconds rest.

"Followed by seated shoulder presses (three sets of ten reps), squats (three sets of ten reps), crunches (three rounds of 20 seconds non-stop, plus a 40-second rest), and press-ups (three sets of ten reps). 

"Although, I prefer weight training on the machines and I still do some cardio. I usually ease myself in with a run or fast walk on the treadmill."

Maya says she tries to work out three or four days a week although she still considers herself a beginner at the gym.

"I now work out three to four days a week because I know it’s an important part of keeping healthy," she said.

"I’m actually finding it quite fun. Once a week, I do a one-hour boxing workout with my trainer Bradley Simmonds, who keeps me motivated."

Maya chooses to get her fitness on with upbeat songs like Bicycle by Jamaican dancehall icon Vybz Kartel.

Her motto for her fitness is quality over quantity, which she says she learned from celebrity personal trainer and author Alice Liveing.

"I previously did a South African road trip with Alice Liveing for work and she taught me that quality over quantity is key," she said.

"I’m really busy at the moment so it’s easy to just say, 'I don’t have the time to work out' and quit. Alice showed me that it’s not how long you train for, but how you train that counts."

Fast food fan

With such an incredible figure, you'd be forgiven for thinking Maya is super careful about what she eats.

But the star, who is the face of McDonald's McCrispy burger, has admitted she's a huge fan of the fast food chain and once claimed she ate it "like a pig".

In the early days of her career, Maya used to survive on £1 chicken shop dinners, telling The Times: "I was broke, pretending I’d lost my Oyster card every day so I could get to work. Hustling my little way around London."

Maya revealed a posh chicken shish kebab is her ultimate hangover meal, telling Twisted her top tip is putting in loads of sauces to get the best taste.

She also swears by an unusual food combination – pizza topped with Bolognese.

Explaining the bizarre mix, she told The One Show: "I love to double carbs a lot of the time" – calling it the "pasta pizza sarnie".

'God-given' boobs

Maya's Instagram isn't shy of bikini shots or pics of her wearing low-cut necklines and high-cut hemlines.

But she's quick to shut down trolls who take aim at her figure.

When one vile comment branded her "ridiculously obese", she tweeted back: "You look like you p*** ash."

And in 2020, when some criticised her cleavage on a TV show, she made it clear she will not be told what to wear.

Taking to Twitter, she wrote: "Appreciate your concern. I am able and allowed to dress how I please. If you feel uncomfortable by my boobs sitting in my dress that's on you sis.

"We're all fighting for equality and similar treatment to our male counterparts. Don't let the side down by hyper-sexualising my bod."

Maya defended her figure on the TTYA podcast, saying she was proud of her boobs, which she prayed to God for.

"I used to pray, ‘Can I grow t**s?’ and I grew them. So I thought, ‘Oh my gosh — he’s listening’," she said.

Maya previously told OK! she's happy with having a fuller figure, adding: "My ideal body type has never been size 0.

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"Everyone just puts their opinions on you, but I’m actually happy how I am. I don’t need people’s opinions.

"I’m happier how I am now – I’m accepting myself how I am."

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