The Love Island Winter Series made a big return to our screens last night.
The first Winter edition of Love Island launched in January 2020 and due to the pandemic, hasn't been able to make a return since.
But ITV were determined to get it back up and running again (and trap us back to our sofas every night at 9pm) and after a 3 year hiatus, the popular dating show went back to South Africa for another stint in the villa.
With Laura Whitmore stepping down as the show's host after the summer series wrapped in August, in steps Maya Jama.
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The 28-year-old presenter was a firm favourite to take over from Laura and after last night's show, it seems like she didn't let anyone down.
From the minute she stepped onto our screens, Love Island fans were fawning over the show's sultry new host.
— Septimus 🇸🇱 (@septimusajprime) January 16, 2023
maya jama’s slow-mo walk is IMMACULATE caroline would be so proud it’s giving main tv presenter girl #loveisland
— george griffiths (@georgegriffiths) January 16, 2023
Maya Jama is perfection. This is her show now #LoveIsland
— Orlaith Condon (@OrlaithCondon) January 16, 2023
In our opinion Maya looked very comfortable in her role as Love Island host, like she'd already been doing it for years!
I'm sure the lads were wondering was there any loophole that would let them couple up with Maya herself 😂
Love Island continues on Virgin Media Two at 9pm for the next 2 weeks.
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