Maya Jama forced to pull out of presenting Bafta award after 'throwing up all day' from gone-off sushi

MAYA Jama was forced to pull out of presenting a Bafta award after "throwing up all day" from gone-off sushi.

The Celebrity Juice star, 26, posted a statement on her Instagram Stories on Sunday to express her disappointment after picking out the "dress of dreams".

Maya wrote on her social media: "Soooo sad I won't be at the BAFTAs today. I ate that posh raw tuna s**t and have been [throwing up emoji] all day

"was supposed to wear the dress of dreams, also I might have to wear it to the shop next week to feel better."

Maya was due to present an award at the 2021 award show, which is being hosted by Richard Ayoade at London's Television Centre.

Celebrities have already been giving glamour on the red carpet, despite the show starting at 8pm.

Radio presenter AJ Odudu, 33, was among the best dressed of the early arrivals, dressed in a feathered red gown, paired with dramatic gold jewellery and stilettos.

Meanwhile, Killing Eve star Jodie Comer, 28, looked effortlessly elegant in a blue jumpsuit – with handy pockets – and peep-toe heels.

Her blonde hair had a 'wet dry' look while she wore light pink nails, simple jewellery, nude lipstick and a slight smokey eye. Jodie is up for the Leading Actress gong tonight.

Billie Piper, 38, went all out in a black dress with a huge pink bow, spanning from her shoulder to her opposite hip and trailing onto the floor.

With crimped hair and fierce make-up, she looked stunning despite revealing she was suffering from PMS on Instagram earlier in the day.

They were joined on the red carpet by Gogglebox favourites Ellie and Izzi Warner.

Ellie, 28, contrasted her dramatic purple locks with a pink star-patterned frock, while sister Izzi, 26, went all out in a floor-length silver sequinned dress.

Ellie posted about her "purple reign" hair transformation on Instagram yesterday, writing: "Violet Beauregarde eat your heart out – new hair thanks to @tombhair".

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