Love Island host Maya Jama gives away when she's next back in villa at Brit Awards
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Love Island fans are flocking to social media after hearing Maya Jama slip up and reveal when she's next back in the villa.
The 28-year-old enthusiastically launched into when she's next set to return to South Africa, however, quickly realised she might not be allowed to announce it publicly, cutting off mid-sentence.
After Jama began to say, 'Mond...' before cutting herself off, questioning whether it was 'a secret' and resolving she'd be back in the villa 'very soon,' fans of the reality show flooded to Twitter in excitement.
One said: "I can’t believe Maya Jama slipped up at the Brit awards saying she’ll be back on Monday #Brits2023 #loveisland."
"Best thing about the Brit awards was Maya jama slipping up that’s she’s entering the Villa on Monday," another wrote.
A third added: "Best thing about the Brit awards… maya jama @MayaJama."
This year's Winter Love Island series has already seen a whole lot of drama ago down.
Just a few minutes into the very first episode of the latest series, ITV experienced some technical difficulties, with some viewer's screens going completely blank and others reporting missing some interactions between contestants.
The series has also seen a TikToker post a reaction video online after realising her ex was on the show.
Runner-ups in the last season, Tasha Ghouri and Andrew Le Page spoke to Tyla about what advice they would give the current islanders.
Ghouri said: "I think everyone's bringing that entertainment this season.
"Lots of people have had to make some tough decisions in there, like whether to stay loyal or recouple. This season has had a lot of recouplings and bombshells already, it's going crazy at the moment.
"It's your chance to explore and make sure you find what's right for you and make sure you find what makes you happy and ignore people's opinions."
Le Page chimed: "My advice would be to go with your heart and make sure you're going with the right intentions."
You can catch the next episode of the Winter Love Island series on ITV tomorrow (Sunday, 12 February) and if Jama's slip-up is anything to go by, you can get ready to see the host back in the South African villa on Monday (13 February).