After a number of fans of the show reacted negatively towards Joe, with former Islander Malin Andersson begging bosses to check Lucie is "ok", an ITV spokesperson said, "We take the emotional well-being of all the Islanders extremely seriously".
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.
Shortly after meeting their other islanders, the boys are seen revealing who they have their eyes on in the short first look clip from tonight's instalment of the ITV dating show.
Since Friday, Ofcom have received more than 450 official complaints from viewers who saw Higgins' actions as inappropriate and unacceptable.
"Abusive relationships often start off with subtle signs of control, so it's important that it is recognised at an early stage. The support given to her and us as a family by ITV has been fantastic". "But the public have been voting to save one Islander from each couple".
He explained himself: 'In a relationship/girl sense, he's [Joe] got that youthful, "I wanna be all about you" straight away aspect.
This could cover homophobic, racist or aggressive language and is quite the broad rule.
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302 people were specifically concerned about the Joe's treatment of Lucie.
The person with the least votes will be dumped from the villa in announcement by host Caroline Flack on Tuesday night (17.06.19). Tune in on Freeview channel 716 on the telly or get us on your smart speaker by asking it to "play heat radio".