Holly, 39, announced her decision to quit the show on Instagram, in a lengthy post which began: “Thank you @celebjuiceofficial for 12 years of fantastic chaos… I can’t quite believe what we’ve done and how quick that time has gone.”
Yet, with Holly waving goodbye to the show, the attention has now turned to who will replace the star.
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Fearne Cotton, who was an original team captain, has been tipped to take over from Holly’s role but Ladbrokes has now thrown a new name into the ring.
Former BBC Radio1 presenter Maya Jama is tipped by Ladbrokes to replace Holly on the humorous show with odds of 6/4, with other names tipped including Michelle Keegan at 3/1 odds, Made In Chelsea star Jamie Laing at 9/2 and Scarlett Moffatt with 5/1 odds.
Alex Apati of Ladbrokes told the Daily Star: “Emily Atack’s now out of the running which leaves Maya Jama a clear favourite to become a captain on the next series of Celebrity Juice.”
Ladbrokes have also put odds on TOWIE star Joey Essex and model Kelly Brook.
Stunning TV presenter Maya Jama, 25, recently landed herself a BBC prime time show named Save Our Summer, on which she presents alongside former footballer Peter Crouch.
The show aims to give us a taste of the summer’s cancelled events following the coronavirus pandemic and Maya was quick to reveal her pride over her position on the programme.
Taking to social media, Maya shared a picture of herself on set wearing a stunning denim jumpsuit and sandals.
The stunning presenter wrote: “If I’m honest I’ve not felt like myself recently with everything that’s going on in the world…
“It’s been hard to think of anything else but trust me I am having those conversations behind the scenes about what we can do in TV and production to make a permanent change towards ending racism.
“This is one of the biggest moments of my career so far and I know those of you who have followed me for a longtime will know what this means to me…
She added: “I’ve kept it kind of quiet what my next step would be after radio but you will be able to see me every Saturday night at 9:15pm on @bbcone starting tonight.
“A whole Saturday night prime time TV show host is wild, tune in if you can & let me know what you think.”