Maya Jama left Peter Crouch: Save Our Summer viewers all hot and bothered as she wore a plunging denim jumpsuit for her TV debut tonight.

The stunning 25-year-old TV presenter announced earlier today she would be making the next biggest move of her career by taking on hosting duties for the BBC One show.

Not only did the Bristolian beauty smash her debut - Maya's incredible skintight outfit set pulses racing from viewers who had tuned in at home.

The presenter looked jaw-dropping in a plunging one-piece which showed off her killer curves and accentuated her hourglass figure.

Maya showed off her incredible curves in the skintight jumpsuit

Her denim jumpsuit went viral on Twitter as fans were blown away by the star's good looks.

One gushed: "The only winner tonight is Maya Jama's jumpsuit."

Another penned: "Maya Jama... just... [heart eye emoji]"

"Maya jama is the best looking girl on the planet," a third shared.

The star had fans all hot and bothered

The brand new show aims to put a smile on people's faces during the coronavirus lockdown.

And Maya Jama will do just that as she embarks on a new journey alongside former footballer Peter Crouch and comedian Alex Horne.

The new series will see the trio bring the biggest names from the world of showbiz together.

She made her huge debut on tonight's show

Maya shared the amazing news on her Instagram this morning, revealing she has "kept it quiet" after leaving her job as BBC Radio 1 presenter on Friday and Saturday mornings.

The gorgeous telly star has been sharing her support to the Black Lives Matter movement in recent days following the death of George Floyd in the USA.

Ahead of her debut on the TV show tonight, Maya shared her thoughts on the powerful and important anti-racism campaign.

Maya says it's her biggest career move so far

In a heartfelt post, Maya wrote: "If I'm honest I've not felt like myself recently with everything that's going on in the world and it's been hard to think of anything else, but trust me I am having those conversations behind the scenes about what we can do in TV and production to make a permanent change towards ending racism."

Sharing the exciting news, the star added: "This is one of the biggest moments of my career so far and I know those of you who have followed me for a longtime will know what this means to me, I've kept it kind of quiet what my next step would be after radio but you will be able to see me every Saturday night at 9:15pm on @bbcone starting tonight.

"A whole Saturday night prime time TV show host is wild, tune in if you can & let me know what you think."

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