After a rocky few days, the pair coupled up once again and although they received two votes from their fellow Islanders for being incompatible, they remain one of the strong couples in the villa.
The couples were told that they had to deliberate in their couples and decide who they think are the two least compatible couples.
Others were hoping that the catering company owner will leave due to his behaviour towards Lucie.
This comes after Women's Aid released a statement condemning Joe's "controlling" behaviour on the ITV2 series.
With Love Island viewers complaining about Joe's possessive behaviour towards Lucie, more people are becoming aware of this and want to challenge it.
Claire contined, 'Abusive relationships often start off with subtle signs of control'.
However, it was revealed as a last minute twist that viewers could only save one member of each couple. Available on Global Player, the Love Island App or ask Alexa to play the "Love Island Podcast".
Here's what you need to know about the new guys... He told her "I think it's time to get close to the girls" as though she wasn't allowed male friends, when it's literally none of his business.
"Elma could also be in danger in what may be a short stay in the villa for the Love Island contestant", said Hill.
Now, as both Joe and Lucie risk being dumped from the villa, domestic abuse charity Women's Aid have expressed their concerns for Lucie.
There was some confusion among Love Island fans as to how many contestants would be dumped.
It's one of the most popular TV shows around, but there's no denying that Love Island divides the nation with its controversial scenes.