Television and radio moderator Maya Jama is set to head the Adoration Island estate as the new host. Previous moderator Laura Whitmore reported she was venturing down from the show toward the finish of the 2022 series.
Since Laura’s declaration there has been a ton of hypothesis about who will be the new host. It has now been accounted for that Maya will be assuming control over the job.
A source told The Sun: “Maya was ITV’s fantasy choice. She is fun, lovely and a splendid moderator. She was examined as a potential substitution for Caroline quite a while back — however presently everything looks good…
“They’re simply during the time spent finishing the last couple of subtleties — yet excepting any enormous shocks she will be declared officially very soon. They are simply specking the I’s and crossing the t’s.”
While reporting Laura’s takeoff from the show ITV said that another host will be declared at the appropriate time and expressed gratitude toward Laura for her work. They said: “Laura has been a phenomenal host across the last three series of the show. We are so thankful for all that she has brought to the program however comprehend and regard her choice, and we anticipate working with her on impending ITV projects.”
It is accepted Maya plays taken the part and that supervisors are concluding her agreement. Maya is set to make her presentation on the show in January 2023 for winter Love Island, which will be shot in South Africa.
It is thought Maya, who is worth around £2.5million, will likewise have the dating show’s late spring version from Majorca. Other people who were reputed to be in the running for the job incorporate previous Love Islander Maura Higgins and 2022 victor Ekin-Su Culculoglu.