Maya Jama Favourite at 2/1 to be Next Love Island Presenter as Laura Whitmore Sensationally Quits

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Maya Jama Favourite at 2/1 to be Next Love Island Presenter as Laura Whitmore Sensationally Quits
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  • Laura Whitemore Quits presenting Gig on Love Island
  • Bookmakers form betting market on next presenter
  • Maya Jama 2/1 favorite according to betting sites
  • Last season's girl winner Ekin Su Culculoglu among those considered with 14% chance

Maya Jama has been tipped to become the next presenter of Love Island on ITV after Laura Whitmore quit citing 'difficult' elements to her decision.

Betting sites have also sprung into action offering betting odds making Maya the early 2/1 favourite to fill Laura's shoes, whilst Maura Higgins, Emily Atack, and Rylan Clark-Neal are also quoted.

Next Love Island Presenter Betting Odds

Betting Odds Probability
Maya Jama 2/1 33.33%
Maura Higgins 4/1 20.0%
Emily Atack 6/1 14.29%
Ekin Su Culculoglu 6/1 14.29%
Rylan Clark-Neal 10/1 9.09%
Rochell Humes 10/1 9.09%
Olivia Atwood 10/1 9.09%
Kem Catinay 16/1 5.88%

Ekin-Su Culculoglu could be a popular choice for fans of the show given her growing personality and the affection shown toward her by the fans of the last season where she won alongside Davide Sanclimenti.

There are a number of former contestants in the betting odds for next Love Island presenter after Laura Whitmore quite, including Maura Higgins and Kem Catinay, as well as last season winner Ekin-Su Colculoglu, but Maya Jama is where the bookmakers have the money coming at this early stage.

Steve Madgwick - Entertainment Betting Specialist -

Photo Credit: ITV

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Maya Jama

Maya Jama is a presenter with a growing CV including TV and Radio broadcasting and DJ - She has presented BBC One's Peter Crouch: Save our Summer with the aforementioned and Alex Horne, and also has work on 4Music and ITV in her past.

Maura Higgins

Maura Higgins finished fourth in the 2019 edition of Love Island and has since carved a small career on Irish television. She has also appeared on This Morning, and been a contestant on Dancing on Ice, and in addition to her reality experience as a contestant on the show has presented Reality show GLOW UP in Ireland.

Emily Atack

Emily Atack needs no introduction to reality TV fans having come to prominence on The Inbetweeners, before competing in I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here in 2018, finishing second to Harry Redknapp, some 8 years after being a contestant on Dancing on Ice in 2010. The cousin of Paul McCartney could land this role with ease one would think.

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