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Maya Jama flashed her toned midriff in a sports bra as she shared a video of herself dancing in a gym on Thursday. 

The TV presenter, 28, showed off her incredible figure in the black crop top which she teamed with low rise dark jogging bottoms. 

She opted for a pair of black trainers with the sporty number and kept her dark naturally wavy tresses out of her face with a black cap. 

Working out: Maya Jama flashed her toned midriff in a sports bra as she shared a video of herself dancing in a gym on Thursday

Working out: Maya Jama flashed her toned midriff in a sports bra as she shared a video of herself dancing in a gym on Thursday

Maya wobbled her knees together dancing as she raised an arm up in the air while filming herself in the mirror.

Maya seemed in good spirits as she panned the camera onto a male fitness pal who was performing cable pulls. 

The star added the song Good Life over the top as she shared the clip with her 2.4million followers.

Having fun: The TV presenter, 28, showed off her incredible figure in the black crop top which she teamed with low rise dark jogging bottoms

Having fun: The TV presenter, 28, showed off her incredible figure in the black crop top which she teamed with low rise dark jogging bottoms

Looking good: She opted for a pair of black trainers with the sporty number and kept her dark naturally wavy tresses out of her face with a cap

Looking good: She opted for a pair of black trainers with the sporty number and kept her dark naturally wavy tresses out of her face with a cap

The clip comes after reports suggesting that Maya will be the new Love Island host. 

She has been hotly-tipped to replace former host Laura Whitmore as the presenter of the popular ITV2 reality dating programme.

Maya is said to be in the final stages of organising her contract but has agreed to the role which will kick off next year in South Africa, according to The Sun.

Gym: She seemed in high spirits as she panned the camera onto a male fitness pal who was performing cable pulls

Wow: She added the song Good Life over the top as she uploaded the clip for her 2.4million followers to see

Gym: She seemed in high spirits as she panned the camera onto a male fitness pal who was performing cable pulls

An ITV source said: ‘Maya was ITV’s dream option. She is fun, beautiful and a brilliant presenter.’

An ITV spokesperson said ‘we will announce in due course’ when contacted by MailOnline.

MailOnline has contacted a representative for Maya for comment.

Laura announced in August this year that she was quitting Love Island and will not be returning to host the next series of the ITV2 dating show.

Fresh start: The fun video come as Maya is said to be in the final stages of organising her contract but has agreed to the role of Love Island host, starting next year

Fresh start: The fun video come as Maya is said to be in the final stages of organising her contract but has agreed to the role of Love Island host, starting next year

The Irish presenter, 37, joined the show back in 2020 and has hosted the hugely popular reality programme and its spin-off Aftersun for three series.

Laura – who is mother to a 16-month-old daughter with Love Island voiceover star Iain Sterling – took to her Instagram at the time to confirm she would be leaving, saying she has found flying back and forth from the villa ‘very difficult’.

The broadcaster’s stint on the ITV2 dating show received mixed reviews this season; some viewers praised her handling of sensitive topics, while others criticised her for ‘encouraging slut-shaming’ in a segment which sparked 427 Ofcom complaints.

Farewell: The TV presenter has been hotly-tipped to replace former host Laura Whitmore (pictured) as the host of the popular ITV2 reality dating programme

Farewell: The TV presenter has been hotly-tipped to replace former host Laura Whitmore (pictured) as the host of the popular ITV2 reality dating programme

Favourite: An ITV source said: 'Maya was ITV's dream option. She is fun, beautiful and a brilliant presenter'

Favourite: An ITV source said: ‘Maya was ITV’s dream option. She is fun, beautiful and a brilliant presenter’

Laura replaced Caroline Flack as the presenter of Love Island when she stood down in December 2019. Caroline tragically took her own life aged 40 in February 2020.

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In her statement, Laura said she was only planning to fill in for Caroline for one series, emotionally saying that she hope she did her late friend ‘proud’.

Taking to Instagram, Laura said: ‘Some news! I won’t be hosting the next series of Love island.

More to come: An ITV spokesperson said 'we will announce in due course' when contacted by MailOnline

More to come: An ITV spokesperson said ‘we will announce in due course’ when contacted by MailOnline

‘There are certain elements of the show I’ve found very difficult that cannot be changed some due to the format, including the flying back and forth to South Africa along with my new conflicting projects.

‘I wish it was still possible but know you’ll be in safe hands. I was only planning to fill in for Caroline for a series and it turned into 3 series. I hope I did you proud Caroline.’

Speaking of Laura’s exit, an ITV spokesperson said: ‘Laura has been a fantastic host across the last three series of the show.

Exit: Laura announced in August this year that she was quitting Love Island and would not be returning to host the next series of the ITV2 dating show

Exit: Laura announced in August this year that she was quitting Love Island and would not be returning to host the next series of the ITV2 dating show

Leaving: She took to her Instagram to confirm that she would be leaving the show, saying she has found flying back and forth from the villa 'very difficult'

Leaving: She took to her Instagram to confirm that she would be leaving the show, saying she has found flying back and forth from the villa ‘very difficult’

‘We are so grateful for everything she has brought to the programme but understand and respect her decision, and we look forward to working with her on upcoming ITV projects.’

TV and radio star Vick Hope, 32, was also reportedly being considered for the hosting show as ITV hoped to bring a ‘cooler edge’ to the show.

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Speaking about both Maya and Vick previously, a TV source told The Sun: ‘They’re viewed as two glamorous, fun figures who would also bring a slightly cooler edge to the format.

Host: The Irish presenter, 37, joined Love Island back in 2020 and has hosted the hugely popular reality TV show for three series

Host: The Irish presenter, 37, joined Love Island back in 2020 and has hosted the hugely popular reality TV show for three series

‘Over the past three years they’ve both seen their careers go from strength to strength, and have the high profile to match that of the hit ITV show.

‘It’s going to be a close call who ITV bosses will pick in the end.’

Maya has presenting experience on shows such as Walk the Line and Soccer Aid while Vick has fronted spin off shows for The X Factor, The Voice and I’m A Celebrity.

Laura’s exit from the show came after she opened up about the ‘exhausting’ and ‘tough’ aspects of hosting Love Island.

Career move: Maya was one of the front runners to take over Laura 's Love Island presenting job along with TV and radio presenter Vick Hope (pictured)

Career move: Maya was one of the front runners to take over Laura ‘s Love Island presenting job along with TV and radio presenter Vick Hope (pictured)

She told the Distraction Pieces podcast: ‘With stuff with Love Island, it’s just a bit exhausting sometimes because some of the stuff is just mental.

‘As a host, this takes up not a huge amount of my time compared to my other work. It’s over eight weeks.

‘The host only comes on three or four times, it’s always been the way, but it gets the most attention. It’s a bit exhausting and it’s tough.’

Bye: Irish TV star Laura (pictured) revealed her shock decision to quit her job after three years this summer - blaming, in part, the format of the show for her career choice

Bye: Irish TV star Laura (pictured) revealed her shock decision to quit her job after three years this summer – blaming, in part, the format of the show for her career choice

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