Maya Jama is pure Padam Padam ahead of Love Island dumping

Maya Jama was clearly feeling the heat ahead of the Love Island bloodbath as she posed in a pink bikini.

The ITV2 presenter, 28, appeared to be making the most of the Mallorcan weather in swimwear as she prepares to disrupt the villa.

Wearing a rose-coloured two-piece, very much giving Kylie Minogue Padam Padam vibes, Maya filmed herself in front of a mirror for her Instagram Stories, writing: ‘Little gains.’

Maya seemed to not have a care in the world, even though she is poised to deliver some very bad news for the Love Island hopefuls.

She will tell shocked islanders tonight on the long-running ITV2 show that one couple will be dumped.

However, that’s not all she has in store for the cast…

In a double blow, she will also reveal: I have some more news that might not be that great.

‘The three couples with the least amount of votes will be vulnerable and at risk of being dumped from the island tonight.’

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Given the plot twist, it’s understandable why Maya recently confessed she would never be a contestant on Love Island.

‘I would not be able to, at any age, strut out of the house in a bikini in front of men that are judging me based on just one sentence and what I look like,’ she told Vogue magazine.

However, she went on to praise the islanders for being able to put themselves out there in pursuit of love on the ITV dating show.

‘The confidence of the people that go on! They’ve got a different kind of juice.’

Maya was announced as the new host of Love Island last year, replacing Laura Whitmore.

Laura, 38, revealed she was leaving after two years at the helm saying in a statement she found ‘certain elements of the show very difficult.’

Love Island airs tonight from 9pm on ITV2.

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