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Maya Jama will present Euro 2021 coverage alongside Peter Crouch


WHEN the Euros were cancelled last year due to Covid, it was a particular blow for Peter Crouch.

It meant the BBC1 show he was set to host to accompany the football tournament was cancelled.

Luckily, the programme he was given instead, Peter Crouch: Save Our Summer, introduced Britain to his brilliant co-host Maya Jama.

As the Euros are back on this year, so too is Crouchy’s show – and Maya will return as well after wowing TV chiefs with her presenting skills.

She also earned the respect of fans for standing up to trolls who slated her unique dress sense on Save Our Summer.

And I doubt the TV host, who is currently presenting BBC3 make-up competition Glow Up, is about to radically change her style as she ventures back on to a prime-time slot.

Good for you, Maya.

Maya Jama cracks her head on the floor while trying to do sexy dance on Celebrity Juice

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