Maya Jama puts on a VERY busty display in a racy black crop top

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She’s joined forces with Peter Crouch to host their Year Late Euros show.

And Maya Jama certainly delighted fans as she offered a glimpse of her ample cleavage in a sexy black bustier top on Friday.

The presenter, 26, posted for a raunchy snap in her form-fitting top and matching flared trousers as she joined the former England star on the BBC show. 

Jaw-dropping: Maya Jama, 26, delighted fans as she offered a glimpse of her ample cleavage in a sexy black bustier top for a sexy Instagram snap on Friday

Jaw-dropping: Maya Jama, 26, delighted fans as she offered a glimpse of her ample cleavage in a sexy black bustier top for a sexy Instagram snap on Friday

Maya offered a glimpse of her perky cleavage in the form-fitting black bustier top, which she teamed with matching high-waisted bottoms.

The former Radio 1 DJ posed in her dressing room before heading to the BBC Studio to appear with Peter in a show digesting all the day’s Euros action. 

Maya headed back to work on the show after revealing on Monday she’s ‘feeling much better,’ after being forced to pull out of the British Academy Television Awards with food poisoning.

Confident: The presenter posed for a raunchy snap in her form-fitting top and matching flared trousers as she appeared on Crouchy's Year-Late Euros

Confident: The presenter posed for a raunchy snap in her form-fitting top and matching flared trousers as she appeared on Crouchy’s Year-Late Euros

Dynamic duo: Maya and Peter proved to be the perfect double act as they discussed the first day of action at the Euros

Dynamic duo: Maya and Peter proved to be the perfect double act as they discussed the first day of action at the Euros

Stunning: Supporting her home nation of Wales during the tournament, the evening also saw a performance from classical superstar Katherine Jenkins

Stunning: Supporting her home nation of Wales during the tournament, the evening also saw a performance from classical superstar Katherine Jenkins

The presenter took to Instagram Stories to share a now-deleted post in a skimpy blue bikini and told fans the ‘vomiting is over’ after falling sick ahead of the ceremony.

On Sunday Maya lamented being unable to attend the awards because she’d fallen sick after eating some ‘posh raw tuna s**t.’

Maya displayed her incredible physique in a plunging electric blue bikini as she updated fans on her condition following the news she had to miss the awards.

On the mend: Maya headed back to work on the show after revealing on Monday she's 'feeling much better,' after being forced to pull out of the BAFTAs with food poisoning

On the mend: Maya headed back to work on the show after revealing on Monday she’s ‘feeling much better,’ after being forced to pull out of the BAFTAs with food poisoning

Missing out:  The presenter told fans the 'vomiting is over' after falling sick ahead of the ceremony

Missing out:  The presenter told fans the ‘vomiting is over’ after falling sick ahead of the ceremony

She wrote: ‘Feel much better today but still fragile LOL. Vomiting is over now. It was hell but made me snatch!’

It comes just hours after she shared the devastating news that she had to pull out of this year’s ceremony after falling ill with food poisoning. 

The DJ took to Instagram Stories on Sunday to reveal she’d been ‘sick all day’ after eating a plate of sushi, and was hugely disappointed to miss the occasion after picking out a ‘dress of dreams’ for the red carpet. 

Maya shared the sad news with fans on social media, writing: ‘Soooo sad I won’t be at the BAFTAs today. I ate that posh raw tuna s**t and have been [sick emoji] all day

‘Was supposed to wear the dress of dreams, also I might have to wear it to the shop next week to feel better.’

Such a shame! It comes just hours after she shared the devastating news that she had to pull out of this year's ceremony after falling ill with food poisoning

Such a shame! It comes just hours after she shared the devastating news that she had to pull out of this year’s ceremony after falling ill with food poisoning

Prep: She had also attended a session at Shane Cooper's clinic in Kensington, where she underwent Body Defining Treatment - which simultaneously addresses both muscle and fat

Prep: She had also attended a session at Shane Cooper’s clinic in Kensington, where she underwent Body Defining Treatment – which simultaneously addresses both muscle and fat

The presenter has been a fixture at the awards in recent years, and in 2019 graced the red carpet in a busty sheer tasseled gown.

She had also attended a session at Shane Cooper’s clinic in Kensington, where she underwent Body Defining Treatment – which simultaneously addresses both muscle and fat.

She was seen in an Instagram post undergoing the procedure, which uses electromagnetic waves to induce up to 36,000 supra-maximal forced muscle contractions during each session – something it is physically impossible to do naturally.

Sunday’s BAFTA TV Awards celebrated and rewarded the very best programmes and performances of 2020. 

Stunning: The presenter has been a fixture at the awards in recent years, and in 2019 graced the red carpet in a busty sheer tasseled gown

Stunning: The presenter has been a fixture at the awards in recent years, and in 2019 graced the red carpet in a busty sheer tasseled gown

The evening was hosted by Richard Ayoade and featured performances by Years & Years and Alexis Ffrench 

While Line Of Duty’s Adrian Dunbar, Bill Bailey, Jon Snow, Oti Mabuse, Rob Beckett, Rose Matafeo, Sanjeev Bhaskar, and Zawe Ashton acted as presenters.

Other guest presenters – Catherine O’Hara, Jon Snow, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Jamie Demetriou, Tommy Jessop, Bob Mortimer and Paul Whitehouse – appeared via video call during the ceremony. 

Following its three wins at the British Academy Television Craft Awards in May, I May Destroy You, won two more BAFTAs on Sunday, for Mini-Series and Leading Actress for Michaela Coel.

The drama series follows a woman who seeks to rebuild her life after a sexual assault.

Winner: Following its three wins at the British Academy Television Craft Awards in May, I May Destroy You, won two more BAFTAs on Sunday, for Mini-Series and Leading Actress for Michaela Coel (pictured middle)

Winner: Following its three wins at the British Academy Television Craft Awards in May, I May Destroy You, won two more BAFTAs on Sunday, for Mini-Series and Leading Actress for Michaela Coel (pictured middle) 

Elsewhere, the Leading Actor award was won by first-time nominee Paul Mescal for his performance as Connell in Normal People.

Malachi Kirby, another first-time winner, won for his performance in Small Axe in the Supporting Actor category. Small Axe had led this year’s nominations with 15 nods.

And Small Axe – which features five films that tell stories about lives of West Indian immigrants in London from the 1960s to the 1980s – also picked up two Leading Actor nominations with John Boyega and Shaun Parkes both receiving nods.

Rakie Ayola also won her first BAFTA for Supporting Actress for her performance in Anthony.

Another first-time nominee, Aimee Lou Wood scooped a gong in Female Performance in a Comedy Programme for playing Aimee Gibbs in Sex Education. 

Big hit: Small Axe starring John Boyega leads this year's nominations with 15 nods

Serious: The five-part series also stars Letitia Wright among a vast cast

Big hit: Small Axe starring John Boyega (left) and Letitia Wright (right) led the nominations with 15 nods, with Malachi Kirby winning on the night for his performance in the Supporting Actor category

BAFTA TV Awards 2021: Winners

 Drama Series 

Save Me Too  

Drama Series:  Save Me Too starring Suranne Jonea and Lennie James

Drama Series:  Save Me Too starring Suranne Jonea and Lennie James

Leading Actor

Paul Mescal – Normal People   

Leading Actor: Paul Mescal in  Normal People

Leading Actor: Paul Mescal in  Normal People

Leading Actress

Michaela Coel – I May Destroy You 

Leading Actress: Michaela Coel in I May Destroy You

Leading Actress: Michaela Coel in I May Destroy You

Supporting Actor 

Malachi Kirby – Small Axe

Supporting Actor: Malachi Kirby in  Small Axe

Supporting Actor: Malachi Kirby in  Small Axe 

Supporting Actress

Rakie Ayola – Anthony

Supporting Actress: Rakie Ayola in Anthony

Supporting Actress: Rakie Ayola in Anthony

Comedy Entertainment Programme 

The Big Narstie Show  

Comedy Entertainment Programme: The Big Narstie Show

Comedy Entertainment Programme: The Big Narstie Show

Female Performance In A Comedy Programme

Aimee Lou Wood – Sex Education 

Female Performance In A Comedy Programme: Aimee Lou Wood in Sex Education

Female Performance In A Comedy Programme: Aimee Lou Wood in Sex Education

Male Performance In A Comedy Programme

Charlie Cooper – This Country

Male Performance In A Comedy Programme: Charlie Cooper in This Country

Male Performance In A Comedy Programme: Charlie Cooper in This Country

Mini-Series 

I May Destroy You

Mini-Series: I May Destroy You starring Michaela Coel and Weruche Opia

Mini-Series: I May Destroy You starring Michaela Coel and Weruche Opia 

Current Affairs

America’s War On Abortion (Exposure) 

Current Affairs: America's War On Abortion (Exposure)

Current Affairs: America’s War On Abortion (Exposure)

Daytime 

The Great House Giveaway

Daytime The Great House Giveaway

Daytime The Great House Giveaway 

Entertainment Performance

Romesh Ranganathan – The Ranganation 

Entertainment Performance Romesh Ranganathan - The Ranganation

Entertainment Performance Romesh Ranganathan – The Ranganation

 Entertainment Programme 

Life & Rhymes

Entertainment Programme: Life & Rhymes

Entertainment Programme: Life & Rhymes

Factual Series 

Once Upon A Time In Iraq 

Factual Series: Once Upon A Time In Iraq

Factual Series: Once Upon A Time In Iraq

Features 

Long Lost Family: Born Without Trace

Features: Long Lost Family: Born Without Trace

Features: Long Lost Family: Born Without Trace

News Coverage 

Sky News: Inside Idlib 

News Coverage: Sky News: Inside Idlib

News Coverage: Sky News: Inside Idlib

Reality & Constructed Factual 

The School That Tried To End Racism

Reality & Constructed Factual: The School That Tried To End Racism

Reality & Constructed Factual: The School That Tried To End Racism

Single Drama

Sitting In Limbo

Single Drama: Sitting In Limbo

Single Drama: Sitting In Limbo

Soap & Continuing Drama

Casualty

Soap & Continuing Drama: Casualty

Soap & Continuing Drama: Casualty

International

Welcome To Chechnya: The Gay Purge (Storyville)

International: Welcome To Chechnya: The Gay Purge (Storyville)

International: Welcome To Chechnya: The Gay Purge (Storyville)

Live Event 

Springwatch

Live Event: Springwatch

Live Event: Springwatch

Scripted Comedy 

Inside No. 9

Scripted Comedy: Inside No. 9

Scripted Comedy: Inside No. 9

Short Form Programme

They Saw The Sun First 

Short Form Programme: They Saw The Sun First

Short Form Programme: They Saw The Sun First

Single Documentary

Locked In: Breaking The Silence (Storyville)

Single Documentary: Locked In: Breaking The Silence (Storyville)

Single Documentary: Locked In: Breaking The Silence (Storyville)

Virgin Media’s Must-See Moment (Voted For By The Public)

Britain’s Got Talent – Diversity Perform A Routine Inspired By The Events Of 2020

Virgin Media's Must-See Moment: Britain's Got Talent - Diversity Perform A Routine Inspired By The Events Of 2020

Virgin Media’s Must-See Moment: Britain’s Got Talent – Diversity Perform A Routine Inspired By The Events Of 2020 

 

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