PHOTOS of Maya Jama in an old ITV show which has been canceled after a series resurfaced and the Love Island host looks completely different.
The brunette beauty now seemed worlds away from her glamorous looks.
The throwback pictures show a fresh-faced Maya alongside other TV stars including singer Frankie Bridge and England cricket star Freddie Flintoff, CBBC presenter Radzi Chinyananya and Ryan Hand hosting poolside.
While Flintoff was the show’s main host and narrator, Maya and the other hosts were poolside reporters who interviewed the players at the games.
Cannonball first aired on ITV in 2017, but was brutally canceled after just one series.
On May 6, 2018, The Sun exclusively revealed that Cannonball was canceled after just one series.
The show had to be filmed in Malta to compensate for the poor weather in the UK, and bosses concluded that the fluctuating ratings were not worth the high price tag.
Bosses were also forced to pay salaries for five hosts as former England cricketer Freddie was the main presenter.
The final series aired on ITV on New Year’s Eve and was originally due to return for another series in 2018.
A source said: “It was an ambitious project from ITV and although it was really good fun, it didn’t go down entirely well with viewers.”
“When you take into account the cost of all the participants’ flights to and from Malta, the hotels, the games and paying the presenters, it all added up.”
“It was worth a try, but it didn’t quite work.”
An ITV spokesperson exclusively told The Sun: “The show looked great and was ambitious in scope, but just didn’t really resonate with our audience, so we’ve shelved it. “We thank everyone involved.”
The show featured 24 participants of different ages who competed in four games for gold, silver and bronze medals.
The top three competitors with the most medals would advance to the Cannonball Cup finals.