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Maya Jama makes a dramatic arrival at the Love Island 2023 premiere

 On Monday night, when Love Island returns, Maya Jama will take over as presenter and introduce a brand-new batch of candidates!

The 28-year-old broadcaster will make her big debut by helicopter in the first episode of the new winter series when the pilot circles the South African villa while announcing over the tannoy, "Maya Jama on board."

When the chopper lands, Maya exits and says, "It's a new year in a brand new villa, and it's a magnificent place ready for some sexy singles yearning for love. All we need now are some islanders."

"Hello boys, you alright? Let's have a little conversation," Maya says as she introduces herself to the boys.

Then, as they wait for the girls to arrive, the boys form a line. On Monday night, viewers will have to watch ITV2 to find out if any of the new singletons experience love at first sight.

In new images from ITV, the boys can be seen settling in near the fire pit before the girls are introduced one by one.

With the chance to select the first bombshell to join the Islanders, fans of the program can expect an exciting first week of the new season.

Ellie Spence or Tom Clare, the winner of the viewers' vote, will soon enter the villa.

Business Development Executive Ellie, 25, works for a law firm. The Norwich native, who has been unmarried for three years, is "ready to find my husband."

Tom, a semi-pro football player from Barnsley who is 23 years old, is also in the villa and is eager to "meet someone."

As for the complete group of stunning women traveling to South Africa, They are Olivia Hawkins, Haris Namani, Kai Fagan, Lana Jenkins, Ron Hall, Anna-May Robey, Will Young, Tanya Manhenga, Shaq Muhammad, and Tanyel Revan.

ITV2 and ITVX will premiere "Love Island" on Monday, January 16, at 9 p.m.

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