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Maya Jama sets pulses racing in a sheer red unitard for Christmas Party

‘Santa’s unruly niece’: Maya Jama sets pulses racing as she shows off her underboob in a sheer red unitard for Christmas Party


She has been hosting new ITV show Walk The Line, which kicked off on Sunday night.  

And Maya Jama turned things up a notch on Tuesday night as she slipped into a very sexy red outfit for a Christmas party, held at Sexy Fish in Mayfair. 

The presenter, 27, showcased plenty of underboob in the figure-hugging number which featured sheer panels and red velvet. 

Sizzling display: Maya Jama turned things up a notch on Tuesday as she slipped into a very sexy red outfit for a Christmas party at Sexy Fish in Mayfair

Sizzling display: Maya Jama turned things up a notch on Tuesday as she slipped into a very sexy red outfit for a Christmas party at Sexy Fish in Mayfair

Maya appeared in her element as she posed up a storm in a trio of snap from the swanky restaurant. 

The former Radio One host added a boost to height with black peep toe heels and styled her raven locks in a sleek straight look. 

She captioned the shot: ‘Santa’s unruly niece’.  

Hot: The presenter, 27, showcased plenty of underboob in the figure-hugging number which featured sheer panels and red velvet

Hot: The presenter, 27, showcased plenty of underboob in the figure-hugging number which featured sheer panels and red velvet

Working it: Maya appeared in her element as she posed up a storm in a trio of snap from the swanky restaurant

Working it: Maya appeared in her element as she posed up a storm in a trio of snap from the swanky restaurant

It comes as Simon Cowell’s latest talent competition left viewers confused by the format and others likening the new ITV show to a cheap version of the X Factor.

Those who tuned in were also baffled as the very first contestant, AJ Brown, 31, performed a cover of Beach Boys hit God Only Knows, after introducing himself as a singer/songwriter. 

ITV’s new musical game show Walk The Line sees acts compete for a prize pot of £500,000. 

Presenting gig: Maya has been hosting new ITV show Walk The Line, which kicked off on Sunday night

Presenting gig: Maya has been hosting new ITV show Walk The Line, which kicked off on Sunday night 

Gary Barlow, 50, Alesha Dixon, 42, Dawn French, 64, and Craig David, 40, serve on the judging panel.   

Taking to Twitter after the launch show, one person asserted: ‘A Poundland version of the X Factor #WalkTheLine,’ while another added: ‘This is just recycled X Factor #WalkTheLine.’ 

One viewer sarcastically tweeted: ‘Absolutely nothing like Xfactor/the Voice/ Britains got talent. #walktheline.’    

‘I literally genuinely do not understand the format of that show whatsoever #WalkTheLine,’ admitted one fan, with another adding: ‘#WalkTheLine Trying to figure out how this show works’   

Noting the confusion over opting to not sing a self-penned song, one viewer tweeted: ‘”I’m a singer/songwriter” *sings cover #WalkTheLine.’ 

Someone else fumed: ‘Im a singer songwriter so why not one of your own songs, not karaoke! #WalkTheLine,’ with another confessing: ‘P**sing ourselves laughing at singer songwriters singing cover versions. #WalkTheLine.’   

Unimpressed: It comes as Simon Cowell 's latest talent competition left viewers confused by the format and others likening the new ITV show to a cheap version of the X Factor

Unimpressed: It comes as Simon Cowell ‘s latest talent competition left viewers confused by the format and others likening the new ITV show to a cheap version of the X Factor

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