Maya Jama looked like a Grecian goddess when she wore an all-white ensemble on the latest instalment of BBC’s Save Our Summer.
The TV presenter, who co-hosts the show alongside ex footy player Peter Crouch, looked hot-to-trot thanks to her thigh-skimming outfit.
Putting her pins on display, the 25-year-old oozed sex appeal as she rocked a white oversized shirt dress that featured a figure-hugging waistband.
With the garment just about covering her pert peach, she unbuttoned the garment and flashed a glimpse of her plunging cleavage to viewers at home.
Her shirt dress featured a belt that accentuated her curves and she let her raven hair cascade in loose beach waves around her shoulders.
Turning up the heat, she completed the outfit with a pair of knee-high snakeskin printed boots for an extra touch of glam.
And it seems Maya’s choice of outfit went down well with the show’s audience as many couldn’t hide their glee on social media.
One wrote: “Maya Jama looking good again,” while another added: “Maya Jama is definitely saving my summer.”
Maya previously hit back at trolls who criticised her low-cut dress in an episode of Save Our Summer, aired on the BBC earlier this month.
Angered viewers accused the TV personality of revealing “too much” flesh on TV, and told her to “cover-up”.
Maya quickly shut down a viewer after they said they felt “awkward” watching her on-screen in an outfit they deemed inappropriate for evening telly.
Maya replied: “I 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. “
Go on, Maya.