Saturday Night Takeaway viewers CONVINCED Maya Jama ‘SWEARS’ live on air while appearing as the Star Guest Announcer – did YOU spot it?

Saturday Night Takeaway viewers were convinced Maya Jama swore live on the ITV show.

The Love Island presenter, 29, appeared as the latest Star Guest Announcer on Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway.

And several times during her appearance, Maya had to announce the end of the show show which was a performance from the cast of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang On Tour – a brand new production of the much-loved family favourite.

At one point, Maya said: ‘The Chitty Chitty Bang Bang gang…ooh gosh! They are here for the End Of The Show Show, see you after the break.’

However, it sounded like Maya swore and before cutting to an ad break, she pointed to the camera and exclaimed: ‘That was close!’

Saturday Night Takeaway viewers were convinced Maya Jama swore live on the ITV show

Saturday Night Takeaway viewers were convinced Maya Jama swore live on the ITV show

The Love Island presenter, 29, appeared as the latest Star Guest Announcer on Ant & Dec 's Saturday Night Takeaway

The Love Island presenter, 29, appeared as the latest Star Guest Announcer on Ant & Dec ‘s Saturday Night Takeaway

After the on-air blunder, one fan wrote on social media platform X: ‘Why can’t Maya say Chitty Chitty Bang Bang?’;

‘Maya Jama trying not to say Sh**ty Sh**ty Bang Bang every five minutes’;

‘Maya is fully just saying Sh**ty Sh**ty Bang Bang everytime’

Maya looked incredible in a tight white vest with high-waisted slim black trousers and a chunky black belt.

She finished her look with a sleek ponytail and a red lip and rocked out behind the audience – making sure to have a Love Island water bottle at her side.

Saturday’s Takeaway was the fourth episode of the twentieth series of the variety show, the last series before it goes on hiatus.

Earlier in the day, Maya treated over three million Instagram followers to a behind the glimpse with celebrity hairstylist Patrick Wilson.

In February, Ant and Dec revealed Takeaway is going on hiatus so they can focus more on family time, ahead of Ant welcoming his first child.

Ant is set to become a father in June as his wife Anne-Marie Corbett, 46, is pregnant. Anne-Marie has two children from her previous marriage.

Speaking to Fault Magazine , Ant said: ‘O n a more personal level, part of the reason we’re pausing Takeaway is we need a break ourselves, and we need to spend some time with our family.

Several times during the show, Maya had to announce the end of the show show which was a performance from the cast of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang on tour - a brand new production of the much-loved family favourite

Several times during the show, Maya had to announce the end of the show show which was a performance from the cast of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang on tour – a brand new production of the much-loved family favourite

At one point while reading out the name, it sounded like Maya said a swear word, but she laughed it off and said: 'That was a close one'

At one point while reading out the name, it sounded like Maya said a swear word, but she laughed it off and said: ‘That was a close one’

After the on-air blunder, one fan wrote on social media platform X: 'Why can't Maya say Chitty Chitty Bang Bang?'

After the on-air blunder, one fan wrote on social media platform X: ‘Why can’t Maya say Chitty Chitty Bang Bang?’

Earlier in the day, Maya treated over three million Instagram followers to a behind the glimpse with celebrity hairstylist Patrick Wilson

Earlier in the day, Maya treated over three million Instagram followers to a behind the glimpse with celebrity hairstylist Patrick Wilson

‘We’ve both got children that we need to spend time with for a little bit. We need time to think and, and time to step back and look at the bigger picture and just see where we are now.’

The pair will continue their exclusive working relationship with ITV, hosting hit shows including I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here!, Britain’s Got Talent and Limitless Win, all of which air across ITV1 and ITVX.

Maya presented Sir Lenny Henry’s last Comic Relief a week ago, alongside the likes of Davina McCall and David Tenant.

The comedian and actor co-founded Comic Relief in 1985 alongside Love Actually screenwriter Richard Curtis and will continue to serve as life president.

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