Maya Jama left little to the imagination as she flaunted her sensational figure in a string of selfies.
The former Radio One presenter ensured all eyes would be on her as she swapped the charts for football, becoming a pundit to mark the return of Soccer Aid.
Maya, 26, documented her afternoon before leaving her 5-star hotel and heading to Old Trafford, Manchester, for the event which saw a number of legendary footballers and celebs rake in £11 million for charity.
The Bristol-born took to social media to reveal her outfit to her 1.8 million followers who were left feeling hot under the collar.
Maya opted to wear a crop top which featured tassels around her ripped abs, she chose to rock a matching mini-skirt which showcased her killer pins in all their glory.
Going for a more relaxed look, Maya rocked her raven locks in a long plait which rested freely on her ample assets.
Keeping things classy, the star decided to wear minimal makeup, instead, flaunting her natural beauty.
One snap saw Maya sat alongside Dermot O'Leary, Alex Scott and Omid Djalili as she joked about her latest career move.
Sat in front of an empty Old Trafford due to the coronavirus, Maya joked: "Tune into ITV1 for #Socceraid with @radioleary! Call me the football pundit #PlayForGenerationCovid."
Fans instantly flocked to compliment her, with one fan writing: "You look super cute."
A second added: "Look at those legs. Go, girl."
"WE STANNNN A QUEEEEN!!!" exclaimed a third.
While a fourth follower commented: "You look stunning on Soccer Aid."
The event at Old Trafford certainly set sparks flying, with music legend Robbie Williams performing as a hologram alongside The Struts for their latest single, Strange Days.
Over £11,552,557 was raised for Unicef - the most cash that has been generated since the event first launched.
As the final whistle blew, the score was set with England 2 - Rest of the World 2.
However, the game went into penalties with Rest of the World taking home the title, bagging 3-1.