Maya Jama dazzled as she donned a tiny bralet and bejewelled mesh crop top for some stunning Instagram videos.
The 26-year-old TV and radio presenter added some sparkle in the revealing outfit, accompanied by two silver crucifix necklaces nestled in her cleavage.
The star sang along to music and tousled her gorgeous curls in the Instagram clip.
She was adorned with several bracelets on each arm.
In another clip, Maya said: "Back to work! Sorry I know I’m over snapping but I’ve looked like a foot all week," – which we’re sure isn’t true.
She even let fans get a glimpse of her bright yellow IKEA phone case as she danced for the camera.
And she shared a Boomerang of her posing with her arm up with a colourful backdrop.
Maya will soon be making a return to our tellies alongside footballer Peter Crouch, 40, for a repackaged edition of BBC One’s Save Our Summer.
The show launched in lockdown last year to brighten up a summer ravaged by Covid restrictions.
According to MailOnline, the latest series will be on alongside the 2021 European Championships.
It was originally meant to complement Euro 2020 matches which had to be rescheduled for this June – and not a primetime Saturday night show.
It had to be transformed at short notice to fill football’s empty slot.
The star became notorious last summer for the many revealing outfits she wore as a presenter on the show, often flaunting her curves and unblemished skin.
She hit back at critics who were "uncomfortable" with her style, after one viewer complained on Twitter that she had "everything hanging out".
Maya wrote back: "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."
She found herself busy in last year’s national lockdown, launching her skincare brand MIJ Masks.
Maya told Stylist in an interview that she had been working on the product line for “the past couple years”. The launch was hit by Covid-19 delays, but eventually launched in December 2020.
She has spoken out recently about how difficult lockdown has been for her.
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Maya added: “I’d love to develop more skincare products, so watch this space.”
Save Our Summer is set to air on BBC One in June 2021.
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