She was among the audience members when her ex-boyfriend Stormzy triumphed at the 2020 BRIT Awards on Tuesday night.
And Maya Jama, 25, latter attended the same afterparty as the 26-year-old rapper when they stepped out for the Warner x CÎROC bash at London‘s Chiltern Firehouse.
The TV personality looked sensational as she arrived at the star-studded soirée in a shimmering blue minidress, which featured an embellished scooped neckline.
The ex factor: Maya Jama and her ex-boyfriend Stormzy attended Warner x CÎROC BRIT Awards afterparty, held at London’s Chiltern Firehouse on Tuesday night
Maya teamed her patterned dress with a pair of eye-catching fluffy heels, while she accessorised with a silver square clutch bag, glittering bracelets, and hoop earrings.
Wearing her raven tresses in a sleek blowout, which fell beyond her shoulders, Maya highlighted her natural beauty with a flattering palette of makeup.
Croydon native Stormzy had much to celebrate as he arrived at the bash sporting a huge smile, shortly after winning big at the awards ceremony.
Sensational: The TV personality looked sensational as she arrived at the star-studded soirée in a shimmering blue minidress, which featured an embellished scooped neckline
Strike a pose: She struck a series of poses as she made her way into the exclusive gathering
Look dance-floor ready like Maya in a mini dress by Clio Peppiatt
Maya Jama wowed in not one but two knock-out dresses at the BRIT Awards!
Styled by Alize Demange, she started the night in a glamorous black gown by Alonuko, before changing into this dance-floor ready shimmering number by Clio Peppiatt for the after-party, teamed with fluffy Sophia Webster sandals.
Maya wasn’t the only celeb to champion popular designer Clio Peppiatt at the event, as Laura Whitmore also wore a newspaper print dress by the brand.
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Details: Maya teamed her patterned dress with a pair of eye-catching fluffy heels, while she accessorised with a silver square clutch bag, glittering bracelets, and hoop earrings
The star cut a stylish figure in an all-white ensemble as he partied the night away and mingled with a host of fellow guests, including Nigerian musician Burna Boy.
Maya was on hand to watch former boyfriend Stormzy win Best Male Artist at the annual event earlier in the evening.
The grime star thanked his management after beating Harry Styles, Lewis Capaldi, Dave and Michael Kiwanuka to the coveted award.
Appearing to reference the apparent shortage of female nominees at this year’s ceremony, he added: ‘I’ve got the most incredible females on my team.’
Rising superstar Billie Eilish, 18, received a nod in the International Female Solo Artist category alongside the likes of Lizzo and Ariana Grande.
Designer: Inside the bash, the radio and TV star posed with fashion designer Irene Agbontaen
Gown: Irene showed her fashion credentials in an off-shoulder black dress with thigh-high slit
Glittering: Irene teamed her sequinned number with embellished strappy heels and necklaces
And after performing new James Bond soundtrack No Time To Die live for the first time, she claimed her first BRIT Award from former Spice Girl Mel C.
Despite Billie’s success, only four nominations out of a possible 25 in the categories which are not gender-specific featured women.
There were no female performers included in the shortlists for best group or album awards, although English singer Mabel, 23, was nominated for three awards and ultimately claimed one of the biggest of the night – Best British Female Artist.
Elsewhere Dave’s excellent Psychodrama beat stiff competition to win Best Album ahead of Stormzy’s new release Heavy Is The Head, Michael Kiwanuka’s self-titled LP Harry Styles’ Fine Line and Lewis Capaldi’s Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent.
Oxford based band Foals won Best Group after a return to the spotlight with their conceptual, two-part Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost.
Elated: Croydon native Stormzy had much to celebrate as he arrived at the bash sporting a huge smile, shortly after winning big at the awards ceremony
Celebrate: The award-winning musician was guided from his chauffeur-driven car to the venue
Ensemble: The star cut a stylish figure in an all-white ensemble as he partied the night away
Snapshots: Inside the bash, the star posed up a storm as he settled into a VIP area of the party
Socialising: He mingled with a host of fellow guests, including Nigerian musician Burna Boy
The group beat Bastille, Bring Me The Horizon, Coldplay and D-Block Europe to the honour on Tuesday night.
Taking it global, innovative rapper Tyler, The Creator beat Bruce Springsteen, Burna Boy, Dermot Kennedy and Post Malone in the category for International Male Solo Artist.
The lack of nominations in for female artists comes despite a major overhaul of the Brits’ voting academy in 2017 to make it more gender balanced and diverse, with hundreds of new members invited to join the pool.
The awards are voted for by around 1,500 people from across the UK music industry including journalists, record label employees and musicians.
The rising star winner was announced as Celeste late last year, while the producer of the year will be announced at a later date.
Party: On the same night, Maya was spotted partying at the Universal Music bash at The Ned
Glamorous: Despite the long night of revelling, the TV personality’s glamour levels didn’t fade
Beauty: Wearing her raven tresses in a sleek blowout, which fell beyond her shoulders, Maya highlighted her natural beauty with a flattering palette of makeup
The international group and video categories were axed by organisers this year.
In January, Stormzy fought back tears as he struggled to perform a song he wrote about his ex-girlfriend.
The rapper started to rap the lyrics to new song Lessons at the Rose Theatre in Kingston upon Thames, but within a few seconds appeared to be overcome with emotion.
‘Hey, help me out here guys’ the chart topper can be heard saying to the crowd as they cheer him on and sing the next few lines.
Stormzy appeared to stumble over the line ‘I done the dirt and then I figured that you’ll dig it out’, which is believed to be written about a ‘reckless night’ he had with singer Jorja Smith – although he flatly denies this.
Chilly: Despite the chilly temperatures, Maya opted to forgo a coat as she entered the bash
You’ve got to hand it tot her: She departed the party arm-in-arm with an equally glam friend
Resplendent: Earlier in the evening, she was resplendent in a black gown with dramatic train as she arrived at the main awards show, held at London’s O2 Arena
Source: Daily Mail