LOVE Island host Maya Jama looked incredible as she returned to the villa ahead of the final dumping of the series.
The stunning presenter threatened to steal the show in sparkly co-ords as she delivered the result of the latest public vote.
Tonight viewers will watch either Whitney and Lochan or Mitch and Ella B leave the villa.
The surviving couple will join Tyrique and Ella, Sammy and Jess, and Molly and Zach in the series final.
Yesterday we revealed host Maya is set for a £750,000 pay day to stay on as presenter.
She has impressed ITV bosses in her first year fronting the dating show’s winter and summer editions and spin-off Aftersun.
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It comes as the Bristol-born star, who took over from Laura Whitmore, 38, has clinched a string of lucrative deals.
Last week high-end Italian fashion brand Dolce & Gabbana announced a partnership with Maya, 28, and this month she is one of the first telly stars on the cover of fashion bible Vogue.
Ahead of tomorrow’s live Love Island final, a source told The Sun on Sunday: “ITV absolutely love Maya — she’s gone down a storm with viewers and is perfect with her fun banter and flirty style.
“Execs see her as part of the ongoing success of the show so are preparing a pay increase when it comes to renewing her contract ahead of the next series.
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“She’s one of their hottest commodities and they’re determined to keep her happy. Maya really enjoys hosting.
"It’s a dream job and she loves that she has the freedom to do other projects.”
Maya, worth around £3million, is also the face of Rimmel London and has her own beauty range MIJ Masks.
Lucrative sponsorship deals with Boots and eBay helped Love Island to rake in £73.5million last year.
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