Maya Jama, the Love Island host, makes a monumental gaffe after announcing the winners.
After announcing the winners of LOVE Island on ITV2, host Maya Jama appeared to make a major gaffe.
In the live final, the TV host, aged 28, appeared to make a major error by awarding the 2023 title to 24-year-olds Kai Fagan and Sanam Harrinanan.
Maya gave a final closing speech to the camera as the deserving couple celebrated their win with the other finalists.
Having enticed viewers to tune in to next week’s reunion special, Maya was quick to let them know that a new reality show would be replacing Love Island in the timeslot after the series concluded.
Loaded in Paradise, a brand-new show on the ITVX streaming service, premiered in the past year.
However, show host Maya appeared to get her words in a twist as she called the show Loaded in Paris.
During her interview, the stunning woman said, “If you are wondering about what to watch, we have a new reality series Loaded in Paris, tomorrow night ITV2 at 9pm.”
Maya made a mistake in her first year as host after she announced Kai and Sanam as the winners of the show.
After Maya announced the results of the public vote, the elated couple shared a sweet embrace and kiss as they couldn’t believe their good fortune.
As the two celebrated their victory with a kiss, Sanam wiped away her tears.
A stunned Sanam exclaimed, “I can’t believe it!” as the finalists rushed the stage.
Their opponents, Tom Clare and Samie Elishi, Lana Jenkins and Ron Hall, both 25, and Shaq Muhammad and Tanya Manhenga, both 22, were defeated by Kai and Sanam, both 24.
Unfortunately for Ron and Lana, they came in second place.