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    EXCLUSIVE: Maya Jama wows in a skintight Catwoman costume as she joins Mutya Buena for duet on Don’t Hate The Playaz Halloween special

    Last week, she showed off her cheeky side as she rapped about sex in lockdown during the season three premiere episode of Don’t Hate The Playaz.

    And Maya Jama will be seen turning up the heat once again on Tuesday’s Halloween special of the ITV2 comedy quiz show, when she dresses up as Catwoman.

    As well as turning heads in her ensemble, the broadcaster, 26, will also be seen performing a duet with Mutya Buena as they sing her 2000 Sugarbabes hit Overload.

    Looking purr-fect! Maya Jama will be seen turning up the heat on Tuesday’s Halloween special of Don’t Hate The Playaz, when she dresses up as Catwoman

    In a clip obtained exclusively by MailOnline, the star looks sensational in a skintight black catsuit, complete with a deeply plunging zip-up neckline.

    Standing tall in a pair of black suede booties, the stunning Bristolian wears her lustrous raven locks in a high ponytail, while she uses makeup to give her features a more feline-friendly look.

    She is then seen writhing around onstage as she performs Overload alongside singer, 35, much to the delight of those in the studio.

    Duet: As well as turning heads in her ensemble, the broadcaster, 26, will also be seen performing a duet with Mutya Buena (pictured) as they sing her 2000 Sugarbabes hit Overload

    Setting the right tone: Maya showed off her dulcet tones during the performance

    Duet: As well as turning heads in her ensemble, the broadcaster, 26, will also be seen performing a duet with Mutya Buena, left, as they sing her 2000 Sugarbabes hit Overload

    Special guest: Singing star Mutya, 35, will be seen as a guest on the comedy show this week

    Special guest: Singing star Mutya, 35, will be seen as a guest on the comedy show this week

    Last week, the star was seen leaving her co-stars in stitches as she rapped about sex during her improvised song to the tune of Kelis’s 1999 hit Caught Out There.  

    After calling Prime Minister Boris Johnson a ‘Norris’, she rapped: ‘Sittin’ in my yard all day, how do I keep boredom away? Baking bread, nah I don’t do that, do I look like Mary Berry to you, Kat? 

    ‘I’ll come smash up all your spice racks, won’t get none of your spices back and don”t even say gardening hun, I got 99 problems but the bush ain’t one…’ 

    She continued: ‘The government’s been telling me, I’m at home trying having a wee, I’m looking at you through a screen. Zoom calls, what an L, I want to touch his…

    Fun and frolics: Maya and Mutya are pictured alongside (L-R) Jordan Stephens and Aurie Styla

    Fun and frolics: Maya and Mutya are pictured alongside (L-R) Jordan Stephens and Aurie Styla

    Feline fine: The stunning Bristolian wears her lustrous raven locks in a high ponytail, while she uses makeup to give her features a more feline-friendly look

    Feline fine: The stunning Bristolian wears her lustrous raven locks in a high ponytail, while she uses makeup to give her features a more feline-friendly look

    Sensational: The radio and TV presenter looks sensational in a skintight black catsuit, complete with a deeply plunging zip-up neckline

    Sensational: The radio and TV presenter looks sensational in a skintight black catsuit, complete with a deeply plunging zip-up neckline

    ‘Now I need to lie down in bed, I hate lockdown right now, I hate lockdown right now, I hate lockdown right now!’

    Maya recently insisted she will dress how she wants ‘no matter what size I am’ as she hits back about the furore over her revealing outfits on BBC1 series Peter Crouch: Save Our Summer.  

    She accused critics, some of whom threatened to report her to the BBC, of ‘hyper sexualising’ her body rather than celebrating the fact a woman was fronting a primetime show during a Twitter riposte in June.

    Five months on, the former Radio One DJ still finds it ‘weird’ her revealing outfits caused such a stir – and made some people feel ‘awkward’.

    Racy: Last week, the star was seen leaving her co-stars in stitches as she rapped about sex during her improvised song to the tune of Kelis's 1999 hit Caught Out There

    Racy: Last week, the star was seen leaving her co-stars in stitches as she rapped about sex during her improvised song to the tune of Kelis’s 1999 hit Caught Out There 

    In an exclusive interview with MailOnline, Maya said: ‘I’ve always worn the same thing but when I was slimmer nobody commented on it and as soon as you have got a fuller figure people are shocked and insulted by your body, so I found it ridiculous.

    ‘I’ve been wearing the same outfits, the same cut tops, my entire career and there was never really that many comments on it until I started putting on a bit of weight.

    ‘I was like “Gosh, if you’re shocked at boobs or even just a bit of cleavage on telly, I don’t know how people cope when they go to the swimming pool or the beach because there’s a lot more boobs on show there”.

    ‘It’s a woman’s body – I don’t feel like it should cause such outrage. I’m going to continue to dress how I’ve always dressed no matter what size I am.’

    My prerogative: Maya's performance come after she insisted she will dress how she wants 'no matter what size I am' as she hits back about the furore over her revealing outfits on TV

    My prerogative: Maya’s performance come after she insisted she will dress how she wants ‘no matter what size I am’ as she hits back about the furore over her revealing outfits on TV 

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